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FIFTY-FIFTH YEAR, NUMBER 22
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PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 324* THURSDAY, JANUARY 28, 1993
'Mama Lola' Costin, Dies
Lola Pridgeon Costin, of 706
Monument Avenue, Port St Joe,
died Tuesday afternoon, January
26, at her home. Mrs. Costin, bet-
ter known as "Mama Lola", was a
lifelong resident of Gulf County,
having been born in Wewahitch-
ka, on February 4, 1.899. She
lived there until moving to Port
St. Joe over 75 years ago. She
was one of a handful pioneer citi-
zens in the early days of the revi-
val.of Port St Joe. In 1991, she
was presented with .the Gulf
County Citizen of the Year award'
for her many acts of kindness to-
ward the poor and needy.
She was- a charter member of
the First Baptist Church of Port at the First Baptist Church on
St. Joe, where she served as di- Friday, January 29, at 2:30 p.m.
rector of the nursery for over 35 EST, conducted by. the Rev.
years. s Howard Browning, assisted by
She is survived by her hus' Jim Kearce. Interment will follow
band of 70 years, Cecil G. Costin. in Holly Hill Cemetery.
Sr. She is also survived by twa In lieu of flowers, the family
daughters, Dorothy C. Magldsom requests that contributions be
and Sara C. Williamson, both of made to the First Baptist Family
Atlanta; two sons, Ashley M.. Life Center, the. Florida Baptist
Costin and James E. Costin, both Children's Home, or a charity of
of Port St. Joe, She was preceded your choice.
in death by a son, Cecil G., The family will receive friends
Costin, Jr., and a daughter, Mar-i at 706 Monument Avenue from
jorie C. Carr. Mrs. Costin alsd 2:00 8:00 p.m. on Thursday.
had 15 grandchildren and 20' All services are under the di-
great grandchildren. reaction of Comforter Funeral
Funeral services will be held? Home.
Mobile home of Mr. and Mrs. John Love overturned Travel trailer overturned and destroyed
Tornado Touches Down Near Overstreet
Two Injured In One of Two Mobile Homes Destroyed By Sudden Twister
A rainstorm which dumped 1.32 inches of rainfall in the
Port St. Joe area Sunday afternoon, also had a small tornado
hitch-hiking along, which demolished a mobile home and a
travel trailer in the County Road 386 area on the Jarret Dan-
iel Road near where it crosses Wetappo Creek at about 1:00
Larry Wells, Civil Defense Director, said property damage
was limited to the two mobile homes, but that -two injuries
were reported as a result of the storm winds.
Mr. and Mrs. John Love were at home when the twister
struck their home and were injured as the home was blown
over and about 20 feet from its foundation before it was
dropped on its side and demolished. The travel trailer was
also demolished byt was unoccupied at the time.
Both Mr. and Mrs. Love were injured by flying debris and
the tumbling action of their mobile home. They were taken to
Gulf Pines Hospital for treatment, with Mrs. Love being re-
leased Monday and Mr. Love released Tuesday. A cockatoo
and two small dogs were tossed:about but not injured. Mr.
Love sustained broken ribs, bruises, cuts and abrasions. Mrs.
Love had a deep bruise on her knee, cuts and abrasions.
Mrs. Love told The Star, "It was just the will of the Lord
that we got out as well as we did. Our home is destroyed, but
neither one of us was hurt badly. It's an experience I don't
want to go. through again."
Mrs. Love said the witid twisted the trailer around twice,
turned it over and dumped it on its side. "And all 'the while,
we were inside, being tossed around." she said.
The Loves were assisted by their neighbors, Sheriffs De-
partment Captain Ray Richter and Civil Defense Director, Lar-
Sides Drawn Among Members
Causes Dissension On Matter
The acrimony which has po-
larized the Gulf County Commis-
sion since the new members took
office has continued to fester and
have an affect on every meeting.
The division was brought to a
head -recently when the Board
changed attorneys in the middle
of a fiscal year, on a divided vote,
which drew up sides on the
With the board truly split
right down the middle, the divi-
sion pits Chairman Nathan Peters
and new members Michael Ham-
mond and Jessie Armstrong
against Billy Traylor and first-
termer Warren Yeager.
The agreement to disagree
continued into Tuesday night's
meeting with Commissioner Tray-
lor stating that the Board needed
to sign Its contract with newly-
appointed attorney. Pat Floyd.
Traylor said, 'V"We haven't accept-
ed a contract for Floyd to work
under. We made changes from
the original draft and never ac-
cepted the revised document after
it was changed."
Peters said it had been ac-
cepted, but Traylor challenged Pe-
ters' statement by reporting that
it wasn't In the minutes where
the Board had approved the
changes. Michael Hammond got
into the argument then, stating
that the Board had acted and de-
..leted. sctions-5A and-5B.-Traylor
insisted that the minutes did not
reflect what Peters and Hammond
were saying and that if the Board
wished to accept the changed
contract, any corrections should
be read aloud and voted on by
the Board in a formal vote.
IAttorney Floyd read the re-
vised contract and the Board
adopted it as work rules for their
The Commission heard a,
tongue lashing given them by
Greg Johnson, who spoke as a
concerned taxpayer. Johnson
said he was not happy with the
direction the Board was taking
and he thought it largely a waste
of tax money. "The JTPA fiasco is
one example. A trip to Washing-,
ton, D.C. for seven days by three
of the Board members at a cost to
the taxpayers of better than
$4,677 is another."
Johnson summed up his
charges with, "These items are-
just the tip of the iceberg and I
want you to know, that as a tax-
payer I don't like it!"
Both Chairman Peters and
Commissioner Hammond defend-
ed the trip to Washington. Peters
said, 'There are conferences going
on from which we can learn a
lot." Hammond said, 'There are
new sources of government funds
and we need to find out what
they are and how to go about get-
One source of new govern-
ment funds was delivered to.the
Board Tuesday night by Mike
Donovan of Apalachee Planning
Council. Donovan said the
County is eligible for $250,000 in
affordable housing funds for this
year. He said that the County just
needs to send in the proper re-
quest before the deadline, and
the money Is theirs to rehabilitate
Julian Webb was present and
addressed the same subject, tell-
ing the board his organization
was geared up to make the appli-
cation for Gulf County and han-
dle the entire project through to
completion for an eight percent
fee. The grant allows up to 10%
for management fees.
The Board agreed on the rec-
ommendation of building officer,
Don Butler, to employ Webb's
out the project.
Donovan said his firm would
do the same thing, but that since
Webb was offering, 'We're happy.
We couldn't give you as much
service as he can do. We just no-
ticed other counties in our dis-
trict haven't applied and the
deadline is drawing near."
Another controversy devel-
oped over whether or not to allow
Bobby Knee, assistant to Public
Works Superintendent Bob Lest-
er, drive his County-owned pick-
up truck home after work.
Knee is in charge of the Road
Department and Lester said he
did it because Knee was on call
24-hours a day and often has to
be on duty after hours.
Chairman Peters directed
that Knee park the pick-up at
night at the Road Department
yard. "He can use his own vehicle
(See POLARIZED on Page 3)
PIC Council Rejects Pel
An attempt by County Com-
mission Chairman Nathan Peters,
Jr., to replace a County member
on the Florida Panhandle Private
Industry Council with his own
choice, in January, has been re-
buffed by the Council chairman,
Peters announced at the first
meeting in January that he had,
A homemade pipe bomb exploded in the ladies' rest-
room in the Mexico Beach Park on the Boat Canal Friday
night, doing approximately $500 in damages to the
structure, according to Police Chief Jeff Sellers of Mexi-
Chief Sellers said two men, James Anthony Burkett,
21, and Marty Wayne Bryant, 21, were apprehended and
have been charged with the crime. He said a neighbor
saw smoke coming from the restroom building and saw
two men running from the structure and copied down
the license number from their car. The two were appre-
hended later, in Wewahitchka, by Gulf County Sheriff's
Deputy Stacy Strickland and turned over to the Mexico
Beach Police Department.
The bomb was made from a piece of galvanized pipe,
six inches long and three-quarters of an inch around. It
was placed on top of the lavatory in the ladies' rest
room and detonated, blowing a hole in the concrete wall,
shattering the lavatory and making several holes in a
plywood partition. Chief Sellers said the explosion also
lifted the roof of the building a couple of inches.
Sellers said the two suspects had another pipe bomb
in their possession when they were apprehended. It was
detonated by the Tyndall Air Force Base bomb squad.
ters' Attempt to Change
contacted one of Gulf County's years to serve on his term.
current representatives on the Peters said at the January
board, Terry Linton of Wewa- meeting that he had gone to Lin-
hitchka, and asked him to step ton and asked him to resign and
aside, so Peters could name John reported to the Commission that
Reeves, of Port St. Joe, to the he had indicated he would. Peters
board, then named Reeves to the Coun-
Linton has represented the cil, but Linton later said he never
labor segment of Gulf County for' told anyone he would step aside.
the past year and still had two Peters then wrote to the
_ .4 m
The Gulf County Courthouse
was evacuated Friday afternoon,
when the building was filled with
smoke .caused by an electrical
short in a motor.
Fire Chief Marty Williams
said the source of the smoke was
from an electric motor Inside a
blower unit in the building's air
conditioning system. The source
of the smoke was' upstairs and
Members In Mid Term
Council on January 18 and said
he was' naming Reeves to the
Council, to serve from Gulf
County, whether or not Linton
tendered his resignation. Mathis
put a kink in Peters' plans by in-
forming him by letter January 25,
'There are no vacancies for any of
the PIC appointees in Gulf
County," in effect, telling the Gulf
County Chairman that Linton
would remain until his term has
expired. Mathis' letter referred Pe-
ters to the Council's attorney if he
had any further questions.
So, Terry Linton will remain
Gulf County's labor representa-
tive on' the Council, whether or
not Chairman Peters wants him
could not be located for a while.
In the meantime, the entire
building was evacuated at about
1:00 p.m., since the building is
sealed and dependent on the air
conditioning system for air circu-
Officials were apprehensive
about people inside the building
because of the nature of its venti-
lation system. The building was
closed for the remainder of the
day Friday, until the smoke could
be cleared from the building,
which re-opened on Monday
Damage was confined to the
shorted electric motor, which was
Ambulances and fire trucks
were on hand if they were needed
but no injuries were reported.
Lola Pridgeon Costin
Courthouse evacuated, closed, Friday afternoon after fire filled building with smoke.
S ,."-" ,"- -
The Gulf County Commission did some questionable maneu-
vering recently in hiring a new attorney to represent the Board.'
Let it be understood that we are neither favoring Bob Moore,
the.ousted attorney, nor t'atFloyd. the new attorney. So far'as
,we know, both are good, competent attorneys' and would do a
goodjob in representlng.the affairs bf Gulf County. ":' .
The method in which.the change wasi made would'have been
Just as wrong had the players'been reversed aid it'was Floyd be-
ing tossed out and-Moore retained. :
Let's take a long hard'look at what'fhey did. at least What
three of the members of the Board.did. First, it wa.evident they,
played personalities with the change. Second, they made the
change in the middle of, a. fiscal year. Third,, they;.set .the pay.
schedule so as to leave the County unprotected from high attor-
ney's fees. ,'" '
As to personalities coming to bear, we don't know but what it
might be better to seek out an.attorney who is'hot buddy-buddy
with the members of the Board. This situation .would remove, any ,
danger of allowing them to get away with anything which might
be right on the border of being questionable. Whereas, f Board
members 'and the attorney have a little acrimony going between
the two, the attorney is going to see that they toe the legal mark
right down the line. /
Next, the Board hasn't riiade a habit of removing a person
from his position duringrthe middle of a.fiscal year. The appoint-
ments are made at the beginning of a fiscal year and are good for
the entire year. Until now. Continuity of complicated court cases
are interrupted, especially when no transition time' is given to'fa;-
miliarize the new officer. Having three new members on the
Board also makes for a very shaky situation in legal matters.
Next comes thersalary. For years the Board has paid ,a re-
tainer fee. For the past several yeai-s-before Moore was hired by
the Board--the retainer has been around $10,000 a year. For
that money the attorney is expected to attend all meetings, regu-
lar and special, give legal advice at the meetings, and numerous
other tasks. Under the new schedule, the Board no longer pays a
retainer fee, but pays the attorney for all time spent on County
business at the rate of $75.00 an hour. As the average meeting
will last at least three hours [our experience in 40 years of at-
tending County meetings] twice a month. Then there are special
meetings scheduled almost weekly. The attorney becomes a qua-
si sixth member of the Board, whether he wishes the position or
We don't wish to see Pat Floyd treated by the Board in the'
future like Bob Moore .was treated in a special meeting two
weeks ago. :
-" By the way, that's another thing. Everything was in order to
make the change at a regular meeting, but the Commission
chairman refused to take the matter up until the next day, In a
special meeting, when the crowds and media would be absent.
,000 Fine for rNothi
,j S6,for. $20,000 wve get ,the Department of Environmental
.Rulation out of our.hair. The problem is, it cot o manytim s
more than $20,000. The total bill would probably be more like
100 times $20,000. And for the $20,000 the Wastewater Treat-
ment Plant gets amnesty for all the past sins It is alleged by DER
to have committed.
Over the years, the desires or dreaming by DER that some-
thing was wrong has cost the City of Port St. Joe and other sub-
scribers to the Wastewater Treatment Plant services, millions of'
dollars digging up proof through records of performance that
they were not guilty as charged. Granted, the plant went over
its limits on about a half dozen instances in over two years, but
the instances were reported and they were instantly given atten-
ti6n by the City. There was no flagrant violation of the law,
which should be the only reason one governmental agency
should fine another. A good faith effort was actually made every
time a suggestion was made, to make things better. Port St. Joe,
had more to lose by an improperly operating plant, than did the
State of Florida.
We know it's a relief to the City Commission to have DER off
their back, no matter how little or how big a price they had to
pay. It's to the City Attorney's credit that the fine was negotiated
down as low as it' finally was. The City is no longer liable for
things which they might'have done in the past .. or left un-
Don't, however, think for a minute that DER won't be1 back
with more of their off-the-wall demands or ideas. Don't think we
are free of their eagle eye.
PAGE TWO THURSDAY, JANUARY 28, 1993
Hunker Down with Kes 1
Listen, I'm pretty hip with the
young people. That's why I didn t
think nothing ,of it, when it was
suggested to take a gr6up over'to' "
the youth concert. .Plus it was
gospel music. Hey, I'm big on gos-"'.
.'pel music. This was going" to be' "
fun! 'And folks would be thinking'
I was just doing it for the
I Remember Hovie When
He Was Just A Youth...
4-Him was the name of the
group. I'd never heard of them.
but a good gospel quartet is hard
to beat! I hope they'll do rm Going
To Build Ale A Cabin In The Corner
of Glory Landc" .
For some .strange reason, nel-
ther of my boys could believe that
TI :was going. "Dad, 'have' you ever
been to a concert before?"
, Could they b~ for real! "Boys,
Wasn't born old. Have lever
been to a concert? Are you kid-
ding? I was down, at the Fairview
Community Center the nigh t Ho-
vie Lister and the Statesmen
Quartet did the long version of
'm Going To Take A Trip On That
Old Gospel Ship. Listen, they sang
'til almost 9:30. You talk about a
, Daddy, you're making that
up. Nobody is named Hovie."
"Am not! 'We had all gathered&
up' around that old brush arbor
out at Fairview. Everybody fiom'
McKetzie, ; Atwood, Trezuaht,'
Christinasville,' Bucksnbrt arid I
don't know where all else was
there. We mntist' a'had 300 people:
and they near 'bout' went wild
when the Statesmen opened up.
with Just A Little Talk With Je-
sus." When that big bass fellow
got down to that 'Now let us' part
Miss Estine Abernathy threw her
felt hat with that big, wrap
around feather straight up in the
'"Boy,'Dad, 300 people I bet
folks talked aboutif that d6hcert'
"Don't get smart-"'
"How loud was it, Daddy?" So
far Jess hadn't said much,
'Well, son, I would hear pret-!
Sty good over o the side' where I
was. I found out afterwards they
had a little rouble hearing 'em all
the way in the back. 'Course,
when, Hovie and the boys got up
''there on The Master Bouquet and
, 'Lord, rm Coming Home you could
'have heard'em two counties over."
"Dad," there was almost a
pleading in his voice.
Please .don't say anything
when we get over there tonight."
I looked at C6thy.. Was there
something ':here *:. didn't ,know
"Honey. concerts might have,',
changed a little since your last
one." :. .
Nonsense, I was about to tell'
them about the time I went up to
Paducah. Kentucky, to hear The
Happy Goodman Family do I
Wouldn't Take Nothing For My
.Journey Now when we pulled up
in front of the civic center.
"Cathy, where are all the peo-
ple our age?"
"It's a youth concert."
"Cathy, where is anybody our
Becki rushed up to me. "Mr.
Kesley. did you bring your ear-,
Les and Rachel greeted me.
"Mr. Kesley, will you sit with us?
It's going to be loud."
How loud' can this thing be?
In 1967 me and David Paschall
heard James Brown at the civic
auditorium in Chattanooga. No
way was thls:goigoto be louder
-than-dames Brownl 'Course, that
might have been a'mite loud
'cause somehow Paschall got us
up on stage .....
We found a seat. "Mr. Kesley;
are you going to scream with us
when they come out?" -
"Well, I dunno, screaming
ain't my long suit-"
The guy in front of me was
putting in'. earplugs! 'I'm telling
you this with my hand up. Ear-
plugs! I thought Becki. was kid-
I got to looking around. "Ca-
thy; there's forty seven hundred
people in this place and I'm the
oldest person here. The young
girls next' 'to rii are fixing' to
scream 'and" the guy in front is
putting in earplugs.' If Hovie
could only see me nowl"
4-Him came ori'ftage. On' the
loudness scale, they 'were much
closer to James Brown than they
were to 'the' Happy Goodman
Family. Halfway through the
third song everybody in the place'
(See KESLEY on Page 3)
Have You Learned Me e-Abou :hauguratio Than y
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ARE YOU TIRED of reading'
and hearing about the inaugura-
tion? Do you now know more
than you wanted to know about
the new President and how he
danced and celebrated until 2:00
ain. Thursday morning?
Well, join the club.
It 'sort of looked as if Presi-.
dent Clinton was dragging out the
inauguration process and party.
as long as he could to keep from 1
getting down to the nitty gritty.
job of being President and figure,
ir~g' out how he could go about
making good on his campaign
- I'll give William Jefferson
Clinton credit, though. The came-
ras never caught him during the
whole thing, when he wasn't look-
ing interested 'and smiling. He
gave the tinpression of paying
rapt attention to what was going
oh and what was being said, sung
If the President has as good,
an attention span all during his
tenure in office, he has a chance
of serving the nation well.
I DIDN' IMAKE the inaugu-
''ration ceremony because Mi.
.Clinton made the mistake of hav-,
ing it on a Wednesday and if you
know weekly newspaper people,'
they don't even schedule to die on
I wouldn't have enjoyed. At
anyhow. The crowds, the .enter-
tainment. the crowds, the cold,
Clirton is : the first of the
Baby Boomers to make it to the
White 'House. It was pre-Baby
Boomersi who kept it safe until:
they came of age. so don't forget '
them in your governing, Mr. Clin-'
Of course, Baby Boomers
...have... different entertainment..-
tastes from we senior citizens. I
would not have received any jol-
lies from the rock band which ,
played at the gala on Tuesdayl
night. Nor would I- have enjoyed'"
Michael Jackson, Warren Beatty
or Barbra Streisald' all that
'much. There, was a black lady
singing when I turned th TVIV' to
,the inauguration party, whom I
enjoyed singing. She could do .it!
But, I didn't catch heir name.
Chevy Chase was a nut,' but
isi't he always?
BACK IN 1841, William Hen-
ry Harrison' vwas ifinagurated on a
bitter cold ,day In March. He
talked and talked and talked un-
til he finally went 'on record as
giving the. longest inaugural .ad- .
dress In history. In the meantime,.
it was getting colder and Harrison,;.
was catching the flu from expo-
Harrison didn't get to live in
the White House f6r very long as
he died from the complications
and flu he caught during his long'
exposure to the freezing elements.
I[,..suppose you could sav. he
talked himself to death.. -
* Not Bill Clinton. He probably
set a record all-.right: a record for
b'-evity in Inaugural addresses by
presidents. Fourteen minutes! I
djdn t know there was a politician
in capUvity that could give you
their name In only 14 minutes
S .' B1Cl [Icall him, Bill] took over:
residency, at the White House
Tuesday, with George and Barba--
ra Bush turning over the keys,as.
they greeted the Clintons on the .
front porch .. .
.I woider'.if the. Bush's.
checked first to see if they had-
picked up aIl the dirty towels. Did
...George stow-his dirty underwear
aftei- he took' a shower Monday:.
night? Did the first dog have an
as yet undiscovered '. accident ',
somewhere in the1, house? Was.
the toilet stopped up and the ring
washed off the bath tub?
You are expected to. do all
these little things when moving'
BILL CLINTOcN is bringing a
teenager along with him to live in
the White House. I knowv, it with-
stood Amy Carter, but can it :
withstand 'the .onslaughts of yet
another teenager? Did they have
a special telephone line installed
for, he first teen, in case she is ';
tied up on, the phone when the
President-of Russia, or: the Pre-
mier of China, 'or the Queen, of
England Would be trying to get
the President on the line? Teens
can do that to you...,. ..
'In retrospect, however, I sup-
pose .f the British couldn't! de-
stroy the White House by fire, it
ought. to be able to withstand, a
There is.a cat moving in, too.
My experience with cats in -the
house has been that they get a fa-
vorite spot and that is their terrl-
tory. Suppose the first cat picks
the oval office'chair as his do-
main. You know the chair. the
one right in front -of the Presl-
dent's desk. Cat- hair and diplo-
mats might not mix.
Most all our Presidents have
kept dogs, from Roosevelt's "Fala"
to George Bush's "Millie" to LBJ's
Come to, think of it, the White
House has been a regular animal
house in more ways than one.
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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE. FL THURSDAY. JAN. 21. 1993
Welcome, President Clinton
Well, the election is over and a new president has been elected
'to serve a four-year! term in, the White House. Now, all -we, the
American people,,can do is sit back (or up, or walk) and see if Presi-
dent Clinton can keep all of his campaign promises. O.K., we'll see
if he can keep half of them. Well, do you think one-fourth of them
would be asking too much?
If ypuget the feeling that I didn't vote for William Jefferson
Clinton, you're,right. But, as my momma used to say, that's water
under the:bridge., Mr. Clinton was elected President of the United
States .and Florida is one of them, so that makes Mr. Clinton my
President, .too;:,even though I didn't vote for him. I hope the day will
come when I wish I had voted for him.
With all due respect to President Clinton, he won't be the first
president Whq has promised us a bunch of things he would do if
elected and then not deliver. He and all the presidents before him
meant well, I think, but I wonder why they didn't say, "I promise I
will TRY' to do these things instead of promising something they
know deep down they can't deliver.
SI'qsay op thing for President Clinton; he knows how to throw
a party I've never seen so many celebrities in one town and all of
them singing and encouraging everyone to "re-unite" America. I'm
all for that and I hope 't happens, but singing and talking about it
and doing it are horses of a different color. I didn't hear one of them
mention how we were going to accomplish this grpat feat. Will all
the rioting and senseless killings just stop now that Mr. Clinton is
-President and a bunch of singers and movie stars have asked every-
one to stop. I hope so, but 1.doubt it.
Whatever the plan, I hope it works because something has to be
done and done quickly. Have you read about the students taking
guns to school with them and shooting other students? And what
about the two Junior high school girls who plotted to murder their
English teacher? Can you believe the rest of the class had over
$200 bet on whether they would do It or not? Can you believe this
kind of stuff is happening in America? Something is bad wrong,
folks, and I think it's with the parents of these misguided youn-
S But, speaking of President Clinton's celebration before and after
the inauguration, I've often wondered what kind of party Ross Perot
would have given if he had been elected. I'll bet it wouldn't have
been more than a barn dance and the theme song would have been
"Crazy." Talk about getting back to basics; Mr. Perot could take us
back to basics. I like him.
Now, dear hearts, let's turn' our attentionI to the poor. former
president, Mr. George Bush. As we all know, defeat is hard to take
and President Bush's life will probably never be the same. I'll bet ,
he's crying... all the way to the golf course and back. It's tough, the
life of a retired president, but someone has to do it, and now it's
President Bush's turn. I'll bet he wouldn't trade his position for a li-
cense to steal, and I don't blame him.
Anyway, it's all over but the crying. I don't know who's crying,
though, do you? President Bush is off on a happy., care-free retire-
ment. Ross Perot has more money than God and may run again
next term. President Clinton hasn't been in office long enough to re-
alize what a mess he's gotten himself in, so he's happy.
Do you know who that leaves? You and I. I ain't crying and I
hope you aren't either. Maybe we should be, but we'll just have to
wait and see.
In the meantime, good luck and God speed. Mr. President
Ke sley e From Page 2
stood up. One of the sisters who
talked me into coming 'was clap-
ping her hands, jumping up and
down and having a grand time in
the Lord. I Phought of Estine
We stood for the next six
songs. You had to be in shape to
attend a 4-Him concert. About
halfway through the show Cathy
.spotted an elderly gentleman with
a cane and a long white beard.
She,pointed him out, "He appears
to beabout six months older than
,My, wife thinks she's Gilda
Radner. I made my way over to
this comrade in arms. "Good eve-
ning, sir.". ,
'"How's that?" ,.
"I said 'hello'." ,
Is, this guy deaf? "The. show,"
I pointed toward the stage, "how
do you like the show?" -
He nodded his head like he
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understood, "I came to see Mitch
The music was good. The
.group was sincere and the young
people loved it I have now been,
to a youth concert As we were
walking out, a young teenage girl
turned to her boyfriend. "Wasn't
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how it feels."
You know. Hovie could have
made aj/killing if he'd a'thought
about selling them T-shirts back
,at the Fairview Community Cen-
To the Editor:
I was at the meeting when
Mr. Stokoe made a presentation
regarding the Senior Center to be
built on Eighth Street next to the'
water ditch. He was indeed ebulli-
S. Hopefully the sketch shown
on the front page of The Star on
January 21, 1993, does not do
the building justice. The picture
looks like a "State Rest Stop." The
windows are high enough to pre-
vent outsiders from looking in
and insiders from looking out
Frankly, I think the location
is wrong. It is unfortunate that a
more central place could not have-
First Union Reflects Record I
Key factors in First Union's
earnings performance included:
Strength in the net interest
margin. The margin has benefited
from decreased funding costs and
the impact of off-balance sheet
transactions. The margin iwas
4.98 percent in 1992, compared
with 4.27 percent in 1991.
Improvement in credit qual-
ity, accompanied by a decline in
the loan loss provision. Nonper-
forming assets declined to $966
million at the end of 1992, down
form $1.204 billion at year-end
1991, and the loan loss provision
was $250' million in 1992, down
from $482 million in 1991.
Continuing growth in fee in-
come, which reflects increased
Mortgage servicing, cash manage-
ment and capital management
First Union's return on, aver-
age common equity improved to
15.26 percent, up from 11.85 per-
cent in .1991. The corporation's
return; on -,average assets' was
1.07 percent. 'compared with .77 :
percent in j99. ; .
The 1992 results also include
a fourth quarter 1992 restructur-
ing charge of $36 million for mer-
ger expenses related to the -pend-
ing acquisition of Dominion :..
Total stockholders' equity in.-
creased 23 percetit to $3;83 bil-:
lion at December 31, 1992, from.
$3.1' billion at year-end 1991.
Net loans at December 31,
1992, were $33.4 billion, an in-
crease from $32.1 billion at year-'
end 1991. Deposits were $39.4
billion, compared with $36.6 bil-
lion at year-end 1991.
been chosen. For example, if the
empty theatre could have been re-
furbished it would have been an
ideal location. The' elderly could
have the freedom : of browsing
around the shops and not feel
confined to a new set of '"four.
But it is too late now. The pa-
perwork has all been done. May-
be next time, the senior citizens
will have some input as to where
they would like to have their com-
munity center built..
526 7th St.
Port St. Joe
"Older People Voting More.RobinSon
"It's the older people who are
actively voting," Supervisor of.
Elections Cora Sue Robinson told '
the Rotary Club last Thursday at'
their regular meeting.
Robinson had a breakdown of
voters of all, ages and the number
of votes cast out of each group, .
which revealed that the younger a '
registered voter was, the least
likely he is to cast his ballot. ,
Robinson said that in the;
general election of November,.
7A% J f th nlmJ a t8000 R
But the ages 21-25 had only
56% of their number cast a vote.'
By age category, the percentage of
voters actually casting a ballot-
went up steadily as the age cate-
gory became older.
Voters 18-20 voted 56%, 20-'
25, 51%; 26-35', 67%; 36-45,;
71%; 46-55. 83%: 56-65, 85%;
65-75, 85%; 76-85. 75%; 86-99.
Roberson said that the state
of Florida is making it mandatory
that every county go to the' voting'
system used by Gulf County for,
the past two elections. 'The old
voting machines are being de-
clared illegal in Florida," she.said..
The Supervisor said the new
paper, ballot method with elec-
tronic counting is faster and nore
accurate than the old machines.
"We had a malfunction in a ma-
chine once in the Overstreet pre-.
cinct which failed to record any
yotes for the Superintendent of
Schools and we had no way of
knowing it wasn't recording until
the election wab over and the
votes were being counted. If it
had been a close election Gulf
:County would have had to bear
the expense of another election
just for that question," she said.
Guests .of the -club were Dr.
Xudy Sechez of Port St. Joe and
David Odum of Blountstown.
tered voters in Gulf County voted. ..
.... ',to-, Head .VA Department's
Polarized Salute to Hospitli zed Veterans
on call-outs," Peters said.
Peters vacated 'the chair and
made the motion to back up his
wishes. Jessie Armstrong second-
ed the motion. Billy Traylor
asked, "Why are you seconding
the motion?" Armstrong replied,
"Because I want to."
When the -vote was taken'
Armstrong and Peters voted to re-
quire the truck to be parked at,
night and Traylor, Yeager and
Hammond voted to allow Knee to
tak9 the truck home. But before
the next item of business could
be "considered. Hammond
changed his vote, to side with Pe-
ters and Armstrong.
In other business matters,
-Heard an objection to land
tuse rules of the Comprehensive
Plan which would keep Dave Mid-
dleton from building a home on a
half acre of land in the Howard
-Agreed to re-stucco the out-
, side of the Courthouse with new
material in an attempt to stop
moisture from coming through
-Accepted bids from Harless
Fire Equipment in the amount of
$3,582 to furnish two breathing
apparatuses for the Rescue
Squad and contracted with
Wayne Ward for $3,475 to put a
new roof on the White City Fire
Country music artist ITravis:
Tritt will serve as national chair-
man of the 1993 Department of
Veterans Affairs (VA) National Sa-,
lute to Hospitalized Veterans.
The annual National Salute
program, begun in 1974, will be
held at VA's 171 hospitals and
state veterans homes across the,
country during the week of Feb-
Chairman Tritt will visit vete-
rans hospitalized in VA medical
facilities that week and at other
times during the year. He will
voice VA's invitation to all citizens
to visit veterans in local VA facilli-
ties and other hospitals and
nursing homes, and consider
Joining VA's force of more than
80,000 men, women and children
who volunteer in VA hospitals
throughout the year. :'
Tritt hit the top of the coun-
GCCC, FSU Sponsoring
Financial Aid Course
QulfW Coast Community Col-
. lege .. Florida State University,
Panama City Campus and Tom P.
Haney Vocational School are
sponsoring a "Financial Aid
Awareness" seminar to be held on
Thursday, February I I, from 10
to 11 a.m. CT in the FSU Panama
City Center Auditorium.
Information on many kinds of
financial aid, including scholar-
ships, will be presented at the
Students who qualify for the
widely known federal Pell Grant
program may be eligible for Flori-
da Student Assistance Grants,
according to Dan Smith, coordi-
nator of financial aid at Gulf
Coast Community College.
Students with at least one
year's Florida residency who will
attend community colleges or
universities in the state may
qualify for Florida Student Assis-
tance Grants (FSAGs) and, if suf-
ficient need is shown, receive
benefits from both the Pell pro-
gram and the FSAG program. De-
pending on student need and the
cost of the institution attended,
the grants can range -between
$200 and $1,200 per year.
Recipients must qualify both
economically and academically
and attend as full-time students.
Applications may be made using
the Florida: editions of the ACT
Family Financial Statement (pre-
ferred by both Gulf Coast Com-
munity College and Florida State
,University Panama City Campus),
or the CSS Financial Aid Form.
These same forms may be used at
the same time to apply for Pell
Grant and a variety of other state
and federal need-based aid pro-
A second similar session will
,be presented at 7 p.m. CT on Feb.
11 ,in the GCCC Health Science
Registration for the late
Spring Semester at Gulf Coast
Community College will be held,
Feb. 8 and 9 from 7:30 a.m. to
6:00 p.m. CT in the Office of Ad-
missions and Records. Classes
will begin Wednesday, Feb. 10.
This semester, which runs
cross-calendar to the regular
spring semester, offers students
the opportunity to register either
full-time or part-time in their
areas of interest
All fees should be paid by 6
p.m., Feb. 9. Studefits may pay
fees in the Business Office be-
tween 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. or at the
Bookstore between 7:30.a.m. and
6 p.mrh... .. : A
'More information about Late
Spring registration can be ob-
tained by calling 904-872-3891.
try music charts soon after his re-
lease of his first single. "Country
Club," in 1989. His first album.
under the same title, reached the
platinum sales level and earned
Tritt Billboard magazine's selec-
tion as top male country artist In'
Tritt's second album, "It's All
About to Change," released in
1991, yielded four number one
singles and double-platinum
A music video of one of the
album's songs, "Anymore." was
shot at the VA hospital in Mur-
freesboro, Tennessee. near Tritt's
Nashville home. It cast Tritt as a
combat-paralyzed veteran '- an,
experience that drew lifs ait 'a -
tion to veterans' Issues anid con-r
cerns.. Early this year, he Joined
more than 200 veterans at the
Disabled Veterans Winter Sports
Clinic in Aspen. Colorado. He
skied with paraplegics and ampu-
tees, and performed with and for
them during the week-long VA
recreational therapy program.
In February 1992. Tritt was
-inducted Into the Grand Ole Opr,-
and is currently its youngest
member. He will be 30 February
9. He has just completed filming
a television movie with Kenny
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Ball Park. To claim please"
call Louise Schweikert
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Assets at December 31, 1992,
were $51.3 billion, compared with"
$46.1 billion at year-end 1991.
First Union operates 896 banking
offices in Florida, North Carolina,
South Carolina, Georgia, and one
banking office in Tennessee, 45
savings bank offices, in Virginia,
Maryland, the District of Colum-
bia and Florida, and* 190 non-
banking offices in 36 states and
the District of Columbia. When
pending acquisitions have been
completed during the first half of
.1993, the corporation will operate
approximately 1,300 banking of-
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Smately $66, billion,, based. upon
September ,30,, 1992, assets,
making it the nation's eighth larg-
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results for 1992 do not reflect the
pending pooling-of-interest acqui-
First Union Corporation
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increased to $3.72 from $2.55.
For the .fourth quarter of
1992, net income applicable to
common stockholders increased
64 percent to $128 million, or 95
.cents per common share, from
$78 million, or 66 cents per com-
mon share, in the same period a
"We are very pleased with the
growth in earnings and strong'
performance in key areas of our
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PACTL alA 1'k W VrTA1l DAI T gi't TCS V 'T '*IUTT L)gY ,V JN 21, 0
Aslhleigh Nicole Lewis
James (Jimmy) S. and Peggy
:Goodman announce the engage-
,ment of their daughter, Melissa
,M. Goodman to William "Byron"
,Meadows, both of Tallahassee. He
is the son of Reece and JoAnn
Meadows of Tallahassee.
Missy is the 'granddaughter of
Faye Goodman and the late J.M.
Goodman, Jr. of White City, and
.Movaline Hill of Tallahassee, and
:the late Jack Tindall of Birming-
The bride-to-be is a 1985
graduate of Lincoln,High School,
and earned an Associate's Degree
in 1988 from Tallahassee Com-
munity College. She works for the
Department of Professional Regu-
Her fiance is a 1986 graduate
-of Rickards High School. He is
employed by the Tallahassee Fire
A March 13 wedding at Talla-
hassee Baptist Church is
Ashleigh Is One
Ashleigh Nicole Lewis cele-
brated her first birthday on Sat-
urday, December 12 with a "Win-
nie the. Pooh" party. Those
helping her celebrate the occa-
sion were her big sister Kayleigh,
Mama and Daddy, Maw-Maw and
Pops Lewis, Nana Buskens, Aunt
June and Matt Cabaniss, Aunt
Jerrie, Megan and Meredith Todd,
Aunt Rose and Eddie Buskens,
Joshua Montgomery, Morgan
Peak, Karla and Kayla Wiley, Au-
drianna Merrill, Melody Zimmer-
man, Abby and Ashton Ard, Chel-
sea O'Neal, Lacey and Zach
Williams, Zeke Stevens, Brennis
Bush, Jacob Combs, Matt Wright,
Malesa Smith, Lindy and Leah
Ashleigh is the daughter of
Hal and Kim Lewis. Her grand-
parents are Fred and Marylee
Buskens, and John and Betty
Lewis. Great grandmother is Mat-
tie Buskens, all of Port St. Joe.
Valentine Pageant Slated
The 21st Annual Miss Valen-
tine.Pageant will be held on Feb-
ruary 6th at 7:00 p.m. CST at the Death seems to be terrile thi',
Wewahitchka Elementary School fiat is so hardto understand
auditorium. But death is nothing 6ut sweet vie-
Girls from kindergarten tory,
through 19 years of age may en- henitcomestoagodAyman.
ter. Forms can be picked up at A.C. Wood was a Oiristian man,
the girls' respective Wewahitchka .Who lived hisfaith for af to see.
schools. Also, preschoolers can Comparedto heroes of the faith
participate but will not be Judged. Is how I rememberhim to be.
Forms need to be turned in to the
schools no later than January 31. Peter was a fisherman,
The pageant is being spon- 4'Wo in the Lordfe stood.
scored by the Gulf County Senior Vt trusted in theSaviour,
Citizens Associationr. Andso didM.C. 'Wood.
faultWas a man offaith,
Break ing Ground aneveryonesuty understood,
-R T ihatserving godwas fhis l[/,
for Stiles Brown A owasv.c.L ood's
Community Center Andrew was a quiet man,
S 'Who witnessed.allheucolu "
The Board of Directors of the shared his faith far and wide,
Gulf County Senior Citizens Asso- s did. M4.C. 'Wood
clation, Inc. will be holding. a
ground breaking ceremony Mon- EnocA was a man of od
day, February 1 at 10:30 am. for Wo knew a walk wit ifim"
the new Gulf County Stiles Brown was good.
Community Center. The ceremo- One dayGodjust tookkhim oin e,
ny will be held at Sixth Street and And he did the same for MCvC.
Woodward Avenue in Port St. Joe. 'Wood.
Everyone is cordially invited to at- Howard Browning
tend.. January 4, 1993
Margie Lee Miller
Byron Meadows and
Mr. and Mrs. John Lamar
Miller, Jr. of Port' St. Joe, an-'
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Margie Lee Miller to
Bryan Wayne Ernst, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Wayne E. Ernst of Port
St. Joe. .
The bride-elect is the grand-
daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Lee Grimes of Phenix
City, Alabama, and Mr. and Mrs.
John Lamar Miller, Sr. of Port St.
Miss Miller is a graduate of
Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High School
and Gulf Coast Community col-
lege. She is employed by Burke
and Blue, P.A. of Panama City.
The prospective groom is the
grandson of the late Laura Lee
Welsenbach, Irene Welsenbach
and the late Edwin Welsenbach of
Battle Creek,. Iowa, and Mr. and
Mrs. J.C. Hamilton of Ida Grove,
Mr. Ernst is a graduate of
Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High School
and attended Haney Vocational
School. He is employed by South-
em Machine Tool and Die Com-
pany of Panama City.
The wedding will be an event
of April 24th at 2:00 p.m. eastern
time at the First United Methodist
Church of Port St. Joe, and the
reception to immediately follow at
the St. Joseph Bay Country Club.
All friends and relatives are
invited to attend.
It's A Boy!
Brandon and Corey Weeks
are proud to announce the birth
of their brother, Christopher Da-
vid Weeks, born January 18. He
weighed 9 pounds 3 1/2 ounces
and was 21.75 inches long.
The proud parents are David
and Ronda Weeks of Port St. Joe.
Grandparents are Ed and Barba-
ra Weeks of Port St Joe, Shirley
Clay of Oklahoma, and Will Staf-
ford of Fort Worth, Texas.
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325th Operations Group, 325th Fighter Wing, 1st Air Force, Air Combat Command, Tyndall Air Force
The SL Joseph's Bay Chap-
ter, National Daughters of the
American Revolution, held their
first meeting of 1993 on Wednes-
day, January 20th at the Garden
Center on Eighth Street.
The meeting was called to or-
der by Mrs. E.H. Wilson, III,
Chapter Regent The devotional
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Mrs. J.T. Heathcock, Mrs. Archie
Gardner, Mrs. Paul Kunel, and
Mrs. R.E. Bosso.
The National Defense Chair-
person, Mrs. G.F. Mahler, intro-'
duced the speaker, Col. Garry
Trexler, Commander 325th Air
Operations Group, 325th Fighter
Wing, 1st Air Force, Air Combat
Command, Tyndall Air Force
Base. Col. Trexler spoke on the
need for a continuing strong de-
fense posture for America. He
stressed not only America's role
in setting the pace in such hu-
manitarian efforts as the current
famine relief effort in Somalia. In
both cases, the need for a strong
and mobile military force was ap-
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impressed by Col. Trexler's
speech and vowed to continue
their support for America's mili-
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Wewa Woman's Club Met
'Club met on 'anu
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with President Dot
siding. The. devotic
,by Rosenia Kilbot
.tendees were:, Irene
title .Davis, -Sue Fo
Zbeth .Gaskln, .,T
!Rachel ,Grifflin, Be
Martha Lanier, J
Bunny Mahler,,- D
MIary Pridge6n, -
Ann Suber,. and'Ca
Carol Turner, a
chairman, gave aht
Arts Department a
that the Distilit'.
crafts Festival :wi
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uary 13 at the
tie Taylor pre:
tin.' Other at-
February 27 at the W.T. Neal Civ-
ic Center, Blountstown, and host-
ed'by the Blourtstown Woman's
Club. She encouraged all mem-
bers to participate in this annual
Following a brief business
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Pat' Stripling, -
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arts and, crafts The United Daughters of the
dele'w. brth' Confederacy, Apalachicola Chap-
id announced ter $26,.,met, a the QulI Cournty
Two Aros anc Libr Jiun 19th .
Se o The meeting was. conducted
I be' held on by Mrs. John "Lewis, president,
,, .,".. who'ded.. the pledg;,'flag galute,
invocation, the U.D.C. ritual-and
*i' : Introduced a most Interesting
o~o .es J speakler, Wayne Childers. Attor-
ops.242, 451, ney'Childers, spoke concerning
n, bysy selling 'The War in West Florida" and
County. They, gave. many new and historical
e. time out to facts. .
ters.who have. The .next meeting will 'be
cookies that. Monday, April, 26, at 10:00 a.m.
found February at theChestnut'Hill' Street Ceme-
Stery in Apalachicdla. The program
1 also be con-' will consist of placing flags orin
es" 'durini' the .grave sites for Confederate Memo-
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meeting, an informal discussion
was -held on proposed projects for
the 1993 meeting year. Mrs. Tay-,
lor stated that 'the Wewahitchka
Woman's Club is the only Florida.
federated, club in Gulf County:;
that for many years Club work'
has been centered around the lo-.
cal community, but she could,'
think of -no reason why Club'
member "' volunteer services
couldn't be extended to include
all areas in the County as well as
Wewahitchka. First vice-president
Mahler, read from the Federation
activties list. which covers the
six Federation departments, pro-
jects which could be undertaken
by the Club. A copy of the activi-
ties list will be given to each
member at the February meeting-
for review, discussion, and mem-
After drawing for the monthly
door prize, which was won by Ro-
senia Kilbourn, the meeting ad-
journed and members enjoyed re-
freshments, prepared and served
by Mesdames Quick, Pridgeon,
Trisha L. Phillips
to Honor List
Trisha L. Phillips was listed
on the Honor's List at Bauder
College in Fort Lauderdale for the
fall quarter. Trisha. majoring in
Broadcasting. attained a GPA of
3.5- She was also one of the few
students chosen to serve on the,
school's newspaper Bauder Beat
for broadcast students;.
Newspaper staff members
must maintain a 3.0 GPA and
meet attendance criteria.
Trisha is the daughter of
Ruth S. and Columbus E. Phil-
Set at KIDS
"Why won't my child sit
still and pay attention?"
A workshop on attention
span, hyperactivity and Attention
Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder will
be presented by the Gulf District
Prekindergarten Early Interven-
tion Program and K.I.D.S. on
Thursday, February 4. The pro-
gram will start at 7:00 p.m. ET at
the Gulf County Guidance Clinic,
311 Williams Avenue in Port St.
Anyone interested in learning
more about Attention Deficit Hy-
peractivity Disorder in young chil-
dren may participate in- this pro-
gram. The program Is limited to
the first 18 participants. Further
information Is available by calling
K.I.D.S. at 227-7440.
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, Casi Lindsey has been cho-
sen Buffalo Rock Student of the
Week for Wewahitchka High
Cast is a senior at Wewa-
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the National Honor Society,
Who's Who of American High
School Students, senior, class
treasurer, varsity cheerleader
captain, and Outstanding Young
Woman of the Year for Gulf
She plans to attend junior
college, and then a- university to
:pursue a major in the field of psy-
chology. i-I," ..
Casi is the daughter of
Charles and Debble Lindsey. and
granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Benton Hamm, Mr. and Mrs. M.L.
Lindsey. and Mr. 'and Mrs. Eddie
V.P. of Garnet Key
Linda Jackson was recently
elected vice-president of the Gar-
net Key Honor Society at the Pan-
ama City branch of Florida State-,
Garnet Key honors students
for' their outstanding contribu-
tions in the areas of leadership,
service, spirit, and scholarship.
Linda is pursuing her Mas-
ter's Degree in Special Education
at the Panama City Campus. She
is a resident of St. Joe Beach and
a teacher at Chapman Elemen-
tary Schdol in Apalachicola.
She is the daughter of Bobby
and Elaine Jackson of Port St.
to Honor Roll
April Addison and Charmalne
Addison, formerly of Port St. Joe.
made the A&B honor roll at Tem-
ple Baptist, Christian School in
Orlando. April is in the 10th:
grade and Charmaine is in the
They are the daughters of
Honor Roll Student
Port St. Joe Elementary
School has announced 'that Ash-
ley Haddock was left off the All A
honor roll .which was published
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You are cordially invited to a
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of Mrs. Elizabeth Tomlinson,
on Saturday, February 6 at the
First United Methodist Church
fellowship hall from 5 8 p.m.
No local invitations being sent.
In lieu of gifts, you may wish to
bring a covered dish or a plant.
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PAGE 6A THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, JAN. 21, 1993
The month of January is al-
most over and Port St Joe High
School is keeping busy with many
I am pleased to announce
that the Youth America Campus
Club was extremely successful
last Friday. The club elected the
1993 officers, which are: Emily
Cabaniss, president; Clay Cox,
vice-president; Kiki Fields, secre-
tary; Eric Ramsey, treasurer.
Please keep this Bible Club in
your prayers meetings are held
every Friday during 4b lunch in
the Student Activity room. Every-
one Is invited to come.
Seventh grade students of the
week are Amanda Batemhn and
A very special congratula-
tions goes out to Mrs. Virginia
Harrison on being selected Port
St. Joe High School's Teacher of
the Year for 1992-93.
There will be an fellowship of
Christian athletes meeting every
Thursday'at 7:45 a.m. in the PEA
Congratulations to the JV
boys' basketball team for their
71-70 victory over Wakulla. The
JV Sharks were led by the play of
Chad Quinn, Barry Adkison and
John Bryant. Congratulations to
the varsity boys for their 102-48
win over Wakulla. The Sharks
have won eight games in a row
and now lead the district with a
spotless 5-0 record. Arion. Nick-
son, Joe Price, Reggie Jones, and
Mario Larry keyed the Sharks' of-
fensively while Jason Maxwell,
Toby Thomas; Zyris Hill, and
Sandy Quinn dominated on the
defense Come. out and help your
state-ranked Sharks winl
The Aid Association for Lu-
therans has various scholarships
available for applicants with AAL
Insurance or an AAL annuity in
their own name .
4321 N. Ballard Road
Appleton, WI 54919
(414) 734-5721, ext. 3010
On Thursday, January 28,
the annual parent survey will be
distributed. Parents are asked to
complete the survey and return it
to the school.
The deadline for applying for
FSAG is May 15. Applications
must be processed by the U.S.
Department of Education for
mailing and processing to meet
the May 15 deadline. 'Mail the
completed form to. the address
provided in the instructions.
Questions, can be answered-
by the student financial aid office
at the institution you plan to at-
For questions about FSAG,
you may also contact OSFA at the
Florida Department of Education,
1344 Florida Education Cehter,
Tallahassee, FL 32399-0400.
For questions about complet-
ing the FAFSA, you may also con-
tact the federal assistance office
The Frances Gainer Fund will
award' scholarships, based on.
need, to the most needy and de-
serving of the eligible full-time
students enrolled in any of the
degree programs at FAMU. Recip-
tents must be desceqdents of ei-
ther David and Frances Gainer or
Ned arid Charlotte McClendon,
who 'lived in Northwest Florida
between 1840 and 1930. For'
more information, come by the
Averett College in Danville,
Virginia, has various scholarships
available. Please come by the
guidance office for more informa-
Information concerning vari-
ous youth exchange programs is
available in the guidance office.
Scholarships for dependent
children of deceased or 100% dis-
abled veterans or servicemen offi-
cially classified as "Prisoners of
War" or "Missing in Action." The
By Emily Cabaniss
amount equals tuition and, fees
for an academic year.
Applications are available
from the financial aid office at the
public Florida institution you
plan to attend or the Office of
Student Financial Assistance. Ap-
plications must be postmarked by
April 1 to the Florida Department
of Veterans' Affairs, P.O. Box
31003, St. Petersburg, FL 33731-
8903 and to the Office of Student
Financial Assistance by May 1.
Jose Marti Scholarship Chal-
lenge Grant Fund is a need-based
scholarship for Hispanic Ameri-
cans. $2000. per academic year,
available for undergraduate. or
graduate study. Awards are sub-
ject to contributions from private
sources. The number of awards
made is limited to the amount of
Students. of Hispanic culture
who were born in. or have a natu-
ral parent who was born in, Mexi-
co, Spain, South America, Cen-
tral America, or the Caribbean.
Must apply as a high school sen-
ior or as a graduate student High
school seniors receive priority
over graduate applicants. Must
enroll full-time, be a U.S. citizen
or eligible noncitizen, and be a
Florida resident for a minimum of
Applications are available
from high school guidance offices
and the Office of Student Finan-
cial Assistance and must be post-
marked to this office by April 1.
Also, submit the need analysis
form, "Free Application for Feder-
-al Student Aid", in time to be pro-
cess by May 15. Please allow 30
days for mailing and processing.
Juniors and Seniors are invit-
ed to attend the Annual Preview
4'at FAMU on March 12,and 13.
You will have an opportunity to
meet other students, attend ses-
sions and take a tour of the cam-
pus. Please sign up in the guid-
ance office if you plan to attend.
Parents: If you have hadi a
change of address or phone num-
ber please notify the guidance of-
fice at 229-8813.
FREE tutoring at PSJHS 2:30
3:45 p.m. for Language Arts and
Math. Language Art students will
meet in room 109 on Monday and
Wednesday while math students
meet in room 213 on Tuesday
Health Issues of the '90's is a for-
um designed to inform the public
of the health issues we face as a
nation and as a community.
AIDS, drugs, domestic vio-
lence, care of the informed and
critically ill, and the cost of ALL
health care has become a major
topic of discussion. Gulf Pines
Hospital, in the interest of com-
munity awareness, is sponsoring
this forum to provide an arena for
questions, education and a look
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LURES FOR FRESH & SALTWATER
HAMS Reorganizing In Gulf County
Will Be Known
Amateur Radio Operators
(known as HAMS) in Gulf County
have been joining together the
past few months to reorganize the
Gulf Amateur Radio Society.
The organization was first
formed in 1981. The primary ob-
jective was to assist in emergency
communications during times of
disaster. The organization, better
known as GARS, did so in 1985
during Hurricane Kate. Commu-
nications failed at the Apalachico-
la Weather Bureau during Kate.
GARS backed.up the weather bu-
reau's communications by plac-
ing a volunteer HAM radio opera-
tor in the weather station with
emergency radio equipment. In-
formation about the storm was
relayed from Apalachicola via
HAMS in Port St. Joe to the Talla-
hassee Weather Bureau and from
there to Miami Weather. That
young HAM operator was Scott
GARS has been inactive since
August of 1989. Old and new
members alike have reorganized.
The primary objective is still the
same, emergency communication
services. Meetings have been held
with Gulf County Civil Defense
Director Larry Wells in prepara-
tion of the new GARS.
Officers for 1993 were elected
at the January 14th meeting.
They are as follows: Bernie Prid-
geon, president (KD4PDU); Jim
(WB4QBW); Chris Buchanan,
Nils Millergren, net manager
"Approximately 15 amateur
operators were present at the first
meeting of the 1993 year," ac-
cording to Pridgeon. Several oper-
ators from Wewahitchka and Port
St. Joe attended. The club has at-
tracted attention from the Mexico
Beach area as well as Franklin
CARS meet the second
Thursday of each month at the
Board of County Commissioners
from Highland View Elementary
What's that? What is going
on in Miss Mary's first grade
room? The animals are doing
what? Hibernating? Un-huhl!
The students have been stud-
ying about animals that hiber-
nate and culminated it with a de-
scription. of animals and a little
about their lifestyle.
The following animals hiber-
nate Oh! Watch outU Watch for
the black bear! That's what was
said to us as we entered the black
bear's cave. Now back to the ani-
Raccoons: Brandon Burkett,
Box Turtle: Jennifer Hersey
Woodchucks: K.W. Weston,
Justin Curcie -
Garrett, Kristen Hicks, Ashley
Squirrel: Meggie Boone
Bats: Billy Raker, David Hop-
per, Micah Dodson
1983 PSJHS Class
SThe Port St. Joe High School.
Class of 1983 Is .planning, their
10-year reunion for the weekend'
of June 25. ., .
They are, looking for the fol-
lowing classmates: Henry Lee Col-
lier, Curtis Benton, Mark LaLu-
zerne, Virginia. Gray, Donny
Rhames, Marty Russ, Anthony
Skanes, Julianne Carter. If, you
have any information on these
classmates, please contact one of
Kim Dupree Williams 229-
6681; Cindy Dunlap Branch -
229-6252; Holly Graham Atkins -
827-6722; Towan' Peters- McLe-
more 639-2917; Sherrle Hug-,
gins Lynch 227-7287.
Skunks: Austin Horton,
Thomas Hayden, Stephanie
Black Bears: Brittany Crock-
er, Benjamin Hobbs, Tristan Dar-
Tiffany Matthews and Shawn
Reynolds'led the group through
the longer caves so that we could
observe the animals sleeping.
Congratulations to the Stu-
dents of the Week:
First Grade: Jennifer Haun
Second Grade: Aaron Hamm
Third Grade: James Smith
Fourth Grade: Amanda Cur-
Fifth Grade: Steven Lowrey
Sixth Grade: Troy Phillips
Umm-m-ml what's that odor?
Wowl Follow that smell!
Second grade classroom...
that's where it's coming from
Walk in -- um-um that
smell... it's delicious smelling!
Stool Read the board! "Our
Super Duper No Teachers Al-
lowed Kids Only Mrs. Dash Mish
Mash Killer Soup Surprise!"
But they did open the wok
and show me the conglomerate of
delicious smells no taste, but I
did get to see. And what made up
this killer soup? ...atoes, car-
rots, potatoes, onions, green
beans, broccoli, corn, salt, pep-
meeting room, behind the court-
house. Meetings will begin at
7:00 p.m. ET.
GARS is a non-profit organi-
zation. Any HAMS or those inter-
ested in becoming amateur opera-
The Board of Advisors for the
Outstanding Young Men of Amer-
ica awards program announced
that Mitchell Paulk Bouington
has been selected for inclusion in
the 1992 edition of OUTSTAND-
ING YOUNG MEN OF AMERICA.
Now in its 27th year, the
OYMA program is, designed to
honor and encourage exceptional
young men between the ages of
21 and 40 who have distin-
guished themselves in many
fields of endeavor, such as service
to the community, professional
leadership, academic achieve-
ment, business advancement,
cultural accomplishments, and
civic and political participation.
Achievements in these areas are
per, Mrs. Dash, ground beef,
Worcestershire sauce and A-1
Now the students culminated
this story they were reading with
this making of the soup. They
.chopped and diced and put it into
the wok... and it cooked and
cooked and cooked. And after a
nice work-out at P.E., they ate
and ate and ate.
The Day I Went Hunting
By Carl Hopper
One day I went hunting. We
were tracking for a deer track. We
saw a deer track, it was big. We
all said it was a buck because it
was so big. So we put the dogs
out. The dogs were running. We
all watched them. We went to an-
other road. And they said the
dogs 'were going to the canal.
They swam the canal. And then
they swam the canal back again.
We saw the deer, it was an
eight point. We had the deer
when he jumped the canal. He
jumped and we all shot. At last
we had some meat We all partied
around the bon fire.
Will be continued
St. Jude's Math-a-thon will
begin at Highland View Elemen-
tary on January 27. Our goal is
to collect money for support and
research for St Jude's Children's
The students who want to
participate are asked to get pledg-
es of 3, 5-t'10I or more per
math problem (over 200) and
then collect after they have com-
pleted their problems. Parents are
asked to check answers which
tors are invited to attend.
For more information call
Bernie Pridgeon (227-1234) or
Chris Buchanan (227-2066). In
the Wewahltchka area, call Nils
the result of dedication, responsi-
bility and a drive for excellence -
qualities which deserve to be rec-
ognized and remembered.
Bouington, along with fellow
Outstanding Young Men through-
out North America, was selected
after 65,000 nominations were re-
ceived from political leaders, uni-
versity and college officials, cler-
gymen, business leaders, as well
as from various civic organiza-
tions. Each young man will be
represented by his biographical
entry in this prestigious annual
Mitchell is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. J.W. Bouington of Port St
are given them in the back of the
math booklet. You only pay the
pledge for the amount of prob-
lems completed. -
It is recommended by St.
Jude's that you pay in check in-
stead of cash for the safety and
convenience of the student. Make
checks payable to St. Jude's Re-
Nintendo. of America, Inc.'s
grant enables prizes to be given
All students receive a certifi-
cate. Students who collect $30 or
more receive a T-shirt. Students
collecting $75 or more receive a
T-shirt and a St. Jude's sport
St Jude requires all students
to have a signed permission slip
before they can participate.
Please find this form at the top of
the pledge envelope and turn it in
by Friday, January 29 to Coach
Once the permission slips are
turned in, the booklets will be or-
dered Monday, February 1. While
awaiting the arrival of the Math-
a-thon booklets, students may go
about getting pledges.
-When the booklets arrive,
students may begin they will
have two weeks to do the prob-
lems. The student does not have
to complete the booklet, but most
do so. You pay only for the prob-
Parents, tear out the page
with answers so you can check,
because you sign' that they com-
After two weeks, the student
takes his booklet with him to
show his work and collect
All money should be turned
in to their teacher or Coach Eells.
Remember to make checks pay-
able to St. Jude's Children's Hos-
The Gulf County Schools
have announced their lunch
menu for the following week. The
meal may change due to the
availability of certain foods.
Monday, February 1 manag-
Tuesday, February 2 beef
stew or chicken with rice, english
peas, fruit cup, roll, milk and
Wednesday, February 3 -
spaghetti with meat sauce and
cheese, tossed salad, green
beans, roll and milk
Thursday, February 4 chill
dog, cheese wedge, tossed salad
or cole slaw, french fries, milk
Friday, February 5 pizza
burger, sliced tomato, lima
beans, milk and fruit cobbler.
Each month a different as-
pect of health care resources and
needs will be presented in hopes
that the citizens of Gulf County
can better understand the impact
these issues have here.
Access to Care/Help Us Help
You will be the topic .Monday,
February 1, at 2:00 p.m. in the
conference room at First Union
Bank. The public is encouraged,
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The 21st annual District II
Small School Honor Band concert
was held this past Saturday at
Blountstown High School. This
festival for outstanding high
school musicians for District.II
was started 21 years ago by E.
Grady Brackin in Jackson
County while he was band direc-
tor for the Marianna Middle
School. Mr; Brackin was a col-
league of Herman Dean's for
Mr. Brackin conducted the
Middle School Honor Band this
year. The following students from
Gulf County were selected and
participated in the middle school
band: Everett Gant saxophone,
Ivan Johnson trumpet, Jodie
Wear clarinet Corinna Kniffin -
[Public Notices I
City of Mexico Beach is accepting bids on:
1978 Chevrolet Luv pickup mini-
mum bid $300.00 as is.
1979 Chevrolet Step Van minimum
bid $350.00 as is.
Bids will be accepted until 4:00 p.m. on Feb-
ruary 8, 1993, City Hall. 14th Street. Mexico
/s/ Patricia Hutchinson
Publish: January 28 and February 4, 1993.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
ADVERTISEMENTS FOR BIDS
BID NO. 9293-09
Sealed bids In duplicate will be received un-
til February 9, 1993, 5:00 p.m., EST by the Gulf
County Board of County Commissioners, 1000 5th
St., Port St. Joe, FL 32456, at which time and
place all bids will be publicly opened and read
aloud for the complete construction of:
Re-roofing Gulf County Courthouse.
Port St. Joe, Florida
The Contractor shall furnish all labor, mate-
rials and equipment: and shall be responsible for
the entire completion of this project.
Plans, specifications and contract docu-
ments may be inspected at the office of the Archi-
tect, State Road 22, Wewahltchka, Florida, and
may be procured by General Contractors, upon a
deposit of $20.00 per set for plans and specifica-
tions of which ALL will be refunded to each Gener-
al Contractor, who submits a bid and returns all
documents in good condition within 10 days after
the date of opening of bids.
Cashier's check, certified check, or bid bond,
for not less than 5% of the amount of bid, must
accompany each proposal.
Performance, Labor and Material Bonds, and
Workman's Compensation Insurance will be re-
quired of the successful bidder.
Right is reserved to reject any and'all propo-
sals and waive technicalities.
No bidder may withdraw his bid for a period
of thirty (30) days after date set for opening.
Benny C. Lister
Clerk of Circuit Court
Port St. Joe, FL 32456
Charles A. Gaskln, ARA
P.O. Box 7
Wewahitchka. FL 32465
Publish: January 28 and February 4. 1993.
flute, and Amanda Paschal clar-
The Senior High Honor Band
was conducted this year by Rob-
ert S. Hansbrough. Mr. Hans-
brough is currently the band di-
rector at Lincoln Middle School in
Tallahassee. In addition to his
current duties in Tallahassee, he
has toured and given seminars
throughout Europe and has been
recognized by the Florida Band
Master's Association as an out-
standing young conductor in re-
The following students were
selected and participated in this
year's senior high school honor
band: Danielle Fox flute, Natalie
Cant clarinet, Tres Long eu-
phonium, Lane Loveless saxo-
phone, and Johanna McMullon -
Port St Joe High School
Band Director, Robin Downs, and
the students would like to thank
all of you in the community who
have supported the music pro-
gram in the past and continue to
support their musical education.
To our customers with lay-a-ways in our store:
FOR INFORMATION OR TO PICK UP
ITEMS, CALL JAMES TANKERSLEY AT
229-8059 AFTER 4 P.M.
\Please have your Hurlbut receipt.
2C 1/28/93 Mr. and Mrs. M.D. Hurlbut
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, THE STAR. PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, JAN. 21, 1993 PAGE 7A
Underlining Old Cliche "One Man's Trash Is Another
Man's Treasure" -Finds Are Often Very Valuable
You may find a small fortune
when you clean house, says au-
thor Tony Hyman.
Only one or two people each
year become instant millionaires
as a result of finding an old paint-
ing or antique, "but a staggering
number of people find' things
worth $50 to $500," Hyman re-
ports, digging into his file cabinet
I rescued ,my husband's
trash can," wrote Elsie Gordon opf
Del Ray Beach, "after he cleaned
out the garage of old car manu-
als, snapshots of car -races,.
greasy brochures, lots of dog-
eared books, broken model cars,
e tc. .." .
Elsie made a list of what, her
husband threw away, and sent it
to Walter Miller in Syracuse, New
York, requesting an offer.
"I expected about $10, so was
thrilled to get his check for $250."
Elsie is one of. a growing
number of people converting cast-
offs to cash by mail. Hyman says,
because it Is quick, easy, conven-,
lent and profitable.
"Lots of people can .use an ex-,
tra $250 .right now," Hyman
points out, "and selling your lefto-
vers. souvenirs, and other things
you no"longer need makes'a lot of
.Plenty of ordinary-looking
items can be converted to qilck
"Unfortunately. people read-
ing this interview don't have the
foggiest idea of what those items
are or who wants them," says Hy-
man, "so instead of cashing in,
they toss them out or sell them
for pennies at yard sales.
Are you throwing $100 bills
in your garbage can?
You could be throwing away
$100 bills every time you get rid j
of fountain pens, pocket knives.
Hawailan shirts, detective novels,
old radios, cap guns, Vietnam
war souvenirs, Hummelo figu-
rines, pottery, flower frogs. musi-
cal Instruments, tobacco cans,
phonograph records, sewing ma-
chines, wristwatches. G.I. Joes
figures, dolls, teddy bears, paper-
weights, china, cigar boxes, poker
chips, and much more.
Over 2000 types of items that
can be turned into cash are de-
scribed in Hyman's 1993 ru Buy
That Too! Hyman's guide explains
how to contact and sell to 1.000
of the "top experts and buyers in
North America." ,, : '' '
Available for -$24.95 from
Treasure Hunt, Box 3028, Shell
Beach Station, CA 93448, MCi
Visa orders: 800-543-7500. -
With your order, you get a
. 5,000-item Illustrated price
guide, a pad of, Sell-A-Grams to
make selling asleasy as filling in
the blanks, and a 30-day money
back guarantee if you mention'
where you read this article.
Traditional items sell well, ac-
cording to Hyman, who gives
step-by-step instructions on get-
ting, rid of your china, silver,
watches, Jewelry,. Oriental rugs
and fine. automobiles. The sur-
prise for Hyman's.: readers has
been how many household things
they can turn into cash.,
When Mary Lou Mayes of Pe-
taluma 'contacted Gene Bailey in
Hawaii, 'she was amazed to learn
the Levise jacket she was about
to sell for $3-. at her yard sale Was
worth $300 to him.
She sold it to him and began
shopping at nearby yard sales.
Two weeks later, she paid $4 for'
another jacket, "and got another
$300 from Bailey," she happily re-
One L.A. woman whispered to.
Dr. Hyman, "I don't want anyone.
to know how much I'm making
each week, but my best find was
a perfume bottle I bought at a
yard sale for $15. I called Annette
Chausee in Colorado, asked her
to make an offer, and almost
fainted when she gave me
Courses at GCCCC
Gulf Coast Community Col-
lege's Division of Lifelong Learn-
ing is sponsoring a Weekend
Computer Institute which offers
classes, for those with little or no
computer experience to more ad-
Is the Groundhog
Really a Good
The superstition that an ani-
mal can forecast the weather goes
back many years.
German farmers, who
watched badgers in their own
country, brought- the idea to-
Our annual event began on
February 2nd in Punxsutawney,
Pennsylvania on Gobbler's
Knob to be exact. '
There were no badgers in the
eastern part of the country, so
they decided to use the ground-
hog an animal that reminded
them of the badger. (Actually, a
porcupine seems closer.)
Can this animal really fore-
cast six more weeks of winter?
Maybe you can decide for
yourself by keeping track of the
goings-on on February 2nd.
Make your own weather
diary; it might be fun to see if you
and the groundhog agree
Europeans believed that the
weather on February 2nd always
Indicated a reversal.
For example, good weather
meant a long winter, while clouds
Indicated an early spring.
(Thus, when a groundhog
sees his shadow, the sun is out,
and; there will be six more weeks
vanced courses such as spread-
sheet application and database
The Weekend Computer Insti-
tute schedule allows a participant
'to complete any course In one
weekend and earn one college
credit or as many as eight credits
within three months.
The following hands-on class-
es meet Friday. January 29, 7:00
to 9:00 p.m. ET. Saturday, Janu-
ary 30, 9:30 to 5:30 p.m. ET and
Sunday, January 31, 2:30 to 5:30
p.m. ET. Registration deadline is
"Computer Literacy" is de-
signed for those with no previous
microcomputer experience. Par-
ticipants will learn how a micro-
computer works and what appli-
cations are available for business
and personal use.
'"Lotus 1-2-3, .Level 1" Is a
hands-on Introduction to spread-
"WordPerfect 5.1, Level 1" is a
hands-on approach to develop
the skills necessary to use com-
mercial word processing software
for personal or business use.
"MS-DOS. Level I" Is an in-
troductory course on MS-DOS op-
erating systems for IBM and IBM
"Computer Networking" is an
introduction to design, selection
and installation of computer net-
working hardware and software.
"AutoCAD, Level I" Includes
an understanding of the AutoCAD
menu, drawing commands, plot-
ting techniques and basic dimdnf-
sions and' text donimands'
The cost of each course'is
$31.40 for Florida residents. Reg-
ister in advance at the Lifelong
Learning Center on" the second
floor of the Student Union East.
Registration Is held Monday
through Thursday from 9 a.m. to
6:30 p.m. ET. For more Informa-
tion, call 904-872-3823..
-of the Month'
SIn an effort to improve the cli-
mate of Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High
School, the Student of the Month
program has been initiated. Each
month teachers recommend one
student from each grade level
they. teach. The following criteria
is considered in the selection pro-
cess: academic achievement, citi-
zenship, enthusiasm and positive
The Student of the Month
from each grade level will be
treated -to lunch with Principal
Wes Taylor, where the students
will have opportunity to offer In-
put from the students' perspec-
tive of the school and what they
think can be done to improve
January 26 marked the kick-
of o of the program. The following
students were selected for the
month of January and were treat-
ed to lunch by Principal Taylor:
Seventh grade Jodie Wear
Eighth grade Priscilla Medi-
SNinth grade Jenny Small-
Tenth grade Nikki Williams
Eleventh grade Eric Ramsey
Twelfth grade Arion Nick-
The 25th Infantry Division
Association is pleased to an-
nounce the forthcoming 44th An-
nual Reunion-Convention to be
held August 5-8 In Louisville.
Kentucky, for veterans who
served in the division during
World War II. Occupation of Ja-
pan, Korea, Viet Nam. Operation
Desert Storm, and in peacetime.
For more information on the
reunion and association, contact
Andy Ansell at R.D. #1. Box 336.
Acme, PA 15610.
Cards of Thanks
'lThe family of M.C. Wood
~rdou)d -like.-to 'express our grat-
tuddeto'alf of you in the commu-
nity for the kindness you have
shown us in our time of grief. The
family also expresses a special
gratitude to Dr. Joseph Hendrix.
Dr. Donald Cvitikovich. Dr. David
Hurst, Dr. Thompson Maner, Dr.
James Cook, Dr. Matthew
Sweetser, RN Sara Maddox. RN
Elsie Simon. LPN Chris Bird and
LPN Charlotte Blackman, Spec-
trum Home Health and Hospice,
Rev. Howard Browning and Rev.
L.D. Jolly for the beautiful ser-
Perhaps you sent a meal or
flowers or cards. Perhaps you
spoke a kindness or silent prayer
or made a contribution. Perhaps
you were unable to do any of
these things but just kept us in
your thoughts. Whatever you did
or continue to do to console our
hearts, we thank you so much.
We pray that his life on this earth
will be a witness to everyone that
May God bless you all,
The Family of M.C. Wood
I wish to acknowledge the
kind show of love that was be-
stowed upon me and my family
during our time of hardship.
I thank each and every indi-
vidual, church and civic organiza-
tion for their love and concern.
Your concern will never be forgot-
SMy grandmother and myself
were watching the news one day,
and. it was as always, so bad. I.,
looked at her and commented on
how bad the world was. She
made a statement that I'll always
remember. She said there are still
some good people around; be-
cause if it weren't, the, world
wouldn't stand. I know now that
you.all are among those few good
May God bless each and eve-
ry one of you.
Ms. Sharon Shackleford
The Gulf County Senior Citi-
zens Association, has just held the
second annual Gulf County Out-
standing Young Woman of the
Year Pageant. It was a tremen-
dous success. This type of event
requires a lot of volunteer sup-
port. We want to thank the fol-
Slowing volunteers that gave up
their time and talents to help
make this event such a tremen-
A big thank you to: Ann Com-
forter, Ken Murphy, Beth Orloski,
Zeda Brown, Sara Allen, Verna
Btirch, Betty Jean Godwin, Bill
Strang, Tim Hatcher, Caldrick
Bailey, Clarence Monette, Mike
and India Miller, Kim Davis, Tra-
cey Davis, Sandra Cannon, Deb-
bie Sumner, and Donna Keith.
Throw Aways Could Be Worth $$$
;It Is a fact that millions of in-
dividuals of all ages in 'the lower
or lower middle income brackets
are filing incorrect income tax re-
turns and are not obtaining all
the tax benefits to which they are
entitled. In fact some individuals
may be 'entitled to a cash refund
even if they PAY NO TAX.
The AARP Tax Aide program,
sponsored by the American Assb-
clation of Retired Persons and the
United States Internal Revenue
Department is designed to help
those older taxpayers and low in-
come Individuals in obtaining full
tax benefits through the filing of
accurate returns which take full
advantage of all benefits.
Tax Aide assistance is availa-
ble in the following areas:
Port St. Joe
Thursday, Feb. 11 to April 15
from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. ET at the
Gulf County Library
Wednesday, Feb. 1.0 to April
15 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. ET at
the Port St. Joe Fire Station; Gulf
County Senior Citizens Center on
Tuesday, Feb. 9 to April 15, 9
a.m. to 1 p.min. CT at the Mexico
Beach City Hall.
The Port St. Joe Lions Club
will hold their annual White Ele-
phant Sale Saturday, February 6
at the Centennial Building. Doors
open at' 7:00 a.m. Proceeds will
be used to further the local Lions
programs for assistance to the
This year, the Lions invite the
public to contribute items for
sale. If you have serviceable
things you no longer want or,
need, you may donate them for
the sale. These donations are tax
Lions will be at the Centenni-
al Building Thursday, February 4
and Friday, February 5 from 5:00
to 8:00 p.m. to receive your dona-
tions. If you cannot bring the
items to the hall, you may call Bo
Williams at 647-8066 or Bill
McGee at 227-1893 for possible
pick up arrangements. .
Items donated but' not sold
will be given to the Gulf County
Senior Citizens Association.
Sixth Grade Science
The annual sixth grade Sci-
ence Fair at Port St. Joe Elemen-
tary School will be held on Thurs-
day, February 4. All projects will
be displayed in the gymnasium
for judging on Thursday morning.
There will be an Open House for
the community to view the pro-
jects Thursday 'night from 6:00
until 8:00,p.m. Everyone is invit-
ed to come see the many talents
and scientific skills the sixth
grade students will be sharing.
On Friday, February 5. many
other classes at Port St. Joe Ele-
mentary will be displaying sci-
ence projects in front of their
classrooms. All students will have
an opportunity to view each pro-
Judges for ,the sixth grade
projects will be science students
and professors from Gulf Coast.
Community College (GCCC). This
is another of the many services
GCCC Is providing for the stu-
dents at Port St. Joe Elementary
through their Adopt-A-School
S Water Pumps, Starters, Alternators,
Exhaust Systems, Shocks, Belts, Hoses
I401 Williams Ave.
Lynn Joins Todd Realty
Tom Todd Realty. Inc. is
pleased to announce that Brenda
Lynn has joined their sales staff.
Brenda has 12 years experience
in the real estate business; the
'last three-and-one-half years
have been here in Mexico Beach.
St Joe Beach, and Port St.. Joe.
She will continue her listing'and
'sales activities in these areas and
.Todd Realty invites you to call on
"her for any of your. real estate
,Those of 'you who have en-
joyed 'worling with Brenda in the
past already know her quality of
S, service, her expertise on proper-
ties available for sale in the area.,
and her friendly and cordial per-
: sonality. For those of you cur-
-t rently in' the market for a real es-
tate 'professional. Todd Realty
Brenda Lynn highly recommends Brenda Lynn.
S308 Williams Ave. 227-1278
PAGE SA THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, JAN. 21, 1993
TYPE OF COUNTERFEIT
We are not talking about phony bills and coins that are J
'being illegally circulated but rather the potentially more
explosive problem of counterfeit drugs. This is presently on
the increase and it could lead to chaos in the marketing of
| new drugs as well as resulting inevitably in a serious public
Counterfeit drugs are made illegally without any quality
controls and under the poorest manufacturing conditions,
The resulting drugs are sub-standard, more often than not
without effective potency and subject to harmful
contamination. A pharmacy only purchases their stocks of I
drugs from legal and licensed sources. You should also
follow this practice.
"A GREAT MANY PEOPLE ENTRUST US with their prescriptions, health
needs and other pharmacy products. We consider this trust a privilege
and a duty. May we be your personal family pharmacy?"
Buzzett's Drug Store
317 Williams Avenue Port St. Joe
Convenient Drive-Through Window
Revlon Cosmetics 229-8771
S Russell Stover Candies
GRAND RIDGE 74
The Grand Ridge Indians
edged the Wewahitchka Gators,
74-72 Tuesday night of last week
in a toe-to-toe battle of the Class
The lead constantly changed
back and forth, with the Indians
having a one point "bulge" at half-
The Gators' Marcus Lawton
had 24 big points to lead the both
teams in scoring. Williams added
21 points and Reggie Rouse had
10 for the Gators.
Wewa-Marcus Lawton 24,
Colvin 6, Williams 21, Rouse 10,
Roberts 6, Loomis 3, Vann 2.
Grand Ridge-Rivers 10,
Garrett 13, Colbert 2, Williams 8,
Garrett 23, Childs 10, Edenfleld
The Wewahitchka Gators im-
proved their record for the season
to 7-5 Friday night, with a 52-37
win over Bethlehem.
The Gators had Chris Colvin
as the leading scorer with 20
points for the evening. Marcus
Lawton followed, with 12 points.
The Gators hit on eight of nine
free throw attempts and led for
the entire game. They out-scored
their opponents in every quarter.
The Gators had a 31-19 lead
Score by quarters:
Wewa 13 18 11 10-52
Bethlehem 8 11 8 10-37
Wewa-Lawton 6-0-12, Col-
vin 6-8-20, Peterson 1-0-2, Rouse
3-0-6, Williams 3-0-6, Roberts 2-
0-4, Jones 1-0-2.
Beth-Lewis 2-3-7, Perry 3-
1-7, Hilbert 4-0-8, Miller 5-6-15.
The Gators had a whopping
46 foul shots against the Wildcats
Tuesday-night, and made 23 of
them to gain a four-point win
over the Wildcats.
The 'Cats tried to come from
behind with a 31-point drive in
the final period; but it wasn't
enough as the Gators were put-
ting on a scoring splurge of their
own. They had 27 points in the
Reggie Rouse had 23 points
to pace the Gators, while Chris
Colvin chipped in 13, Eddie Loo-
mas had 11 and Marcus Lawton
Wewahitchka had six three-
point goals, including two for
Rouse, one for Colvin and three
Score by quarters:
Wewa 15 16 19 27-77
Altha 13 11 18 31-73
Wewa-Lawton 3-4-10, Col-
yin 5-2-13, Rouse 6-9-23, Wil-
lams 2-5-9, Loomas 4-0-11,
Jones 1-1-3, Roberts 3-2-8.
Altha-Brooks 4-6-14, King
11-1-23, Adkins 7-3-18, Clark 4-
0-8, Martin 1-0-2, Hollis 0-0-0,
Willis 1-2-4, Graham 1-0-2,
U.S. LST Shipmates
Sought for Reunion
The LST Association' is look-
ing for LST Shipmates for reun-
ions with old shipmates. The As-
sociation reunion will'be held in
Orlando in August 1993. For in-
U.S. L.S.T. Association
P.O. Box 8769
Toledo, Ohio 43623
or call 1-800-228-5870, or
Bob Garner LST 461
HC 53, Box 362
Hemphill, TX 75948
Sharks Win Three;
PORT ST. JOE 102
The Sharks Jumped to sev-
enth place in state rankings this
week, as the team topped the
100-point mark for the first time
this season, last Friday night.
The Sharks' swarming de-
fense held the Wakulla War Ea-
gles to only 48 points as they
completed their rout on both
sides of the ball. The Shark of-
fense more than doubled the
score over Wakulla, on the way to
their biggest win of the season,'
Arion Nickson and Joe Price
were scoring twins, as they ac-
counted for 19 points each. Reg-
gie Jones added 15 and Mario
Larry chipped in 11 as the
Sharks kept their District record
clean, with five victories against
The Sharks have won 11 of
their last 12 games. They led at
The Sharks had six three
pointers, including two from Lar-
ry and one each from Price,
Quinn, Baxter and Maxwell.
Score by quarters:
Mastro Gets First Buck!
Joey Mastro killed his first buck on January 2. The buck suppo
ed a 6-point rack for this youngster's first kill.
What a great way to start the new year!
Dixie Youth Baseball Sets
Registation Dates; Meeting
Port St. Joe Dixie Youth
Baseball Officers announce the
beginning of 1993 season.
A meeting of the officers and
coaches will be held tonight
(Thursday) at 7:00 p.m. at the
Port St. Joe Fire Station meeting
room. All officers and coaches are
encouraged to attend. Also, an in-
ventory list of all equipment will
be needed at tonight's meeting.
Registration will be held Sat-
urday, February 6 and 13 from
10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. both
days at the Port\ St. Joe Fire Sta-
tion meeting room.
T-Ball League (5-7) registra-
tion fee is $20.00. Minor/major
leagues (8-12) fees are $30.00 for
the first player in a family and
$25.00 for each additional family
ALL players (new and return-
ing) must bring a copy of their
birth record to be kept by League
Officials in a permanent file. ALL
PLAYERS must attend registra-
tion for uniform sizing.
Tee-Ball in Wewa
Registration for the 1993 sea-
son of Tee-Ball in Wewahitchka
will be held Saturday, February 6
from 10:00 a.m. until 12:00 noon
at the Tee-Ball field located down-
town in Wewahitchka.
Tee-Ball is for ages 4-7. Birth
certificates must be presented at
the time of registration. Fee is
$20.00 and must be paid at the
time of registration.
If you should need any fur-
ther information or have any
questions concerning the 1993
Tee-Ball season, please contact
Carolyn Husband at 639-2222 or
Linda Skipper at 639-5255.
FRANK D. MAY, D.M.D.
By the time your child is five
or six, all of his primary teeth will
have formed. Then the process
begins of acquiring the perma-
nent teeth that can last a lifetime
with good dental care.
As the primary teeth gradu-
ally loosen and fall out, they are
soon replaced with permanent
teeth. But what about a primary
molar tooth that is lost well
ahead of its time, long before
the permanent tooth is ready to
replace it? This can be caused
by accident or disease or decay.
If that space remains vacant
for a long time, the teeth on ei-
ther side of it will try to fill the
space. This will throw them out
of line and may cause the per-
manent teeth to come in
To protect your child's per-
manent teeth, any primary molar
tooth lost ahead of time should
be replaced by a space main-
tainer until the permanent tooth
is ready to erupt. If this should
happen to your child, see your
dentist for treatment.
Prepared as a public ser-
vice to promote better dental
health. From the office of:
FRANK D. MAY, D.M.D., 319
Williams Ave., Phone 227-1123.
PSJ 23 17 33 29-102
Wakulla 8 14 10 16-48
PSJ-Jones 7-1-15, Larry 3-
3-11, Price 7-4-19, Thomas 2-0-
4, Hill 2-0-4, Quinn 3-0-7, Baxter
3-1-8, Maxwell 3-1-8, Nickson 7-
2-19, Williams 1-0-2, Anthony 1-
Hunter 4-2-10, Williams 0-0-0,
Rathel 2-5-9, Harvey 0-0-0, Mel-
ton 0-0-0, Kendrick 1-0-3.
PORT ST. JOE 95
PANAMA CITY BAY 77
The Sharks flirted with 100
points in a second game this
week, as they scored 95 in defeat-
ing Bay High Thursday.
The Sharks swarmed over the
Tornadoes with their fast-break
offense and Bay just couldn't
The Sharks had' run up a 45-
39 margin at half-time and out-
scored the Tornadoes in all but
the third quarter.
The Sharks continued their
torrid pace during the second
half, with 50 points to their cred-
it. By contrast the Sharks had
their worse night in several
games at the free throw line, scor-
ing only 10 in 18 attempts. Joe
Price and Jason Maxwell each
had two three-pointers and Des
Baxter had one.
Arion Nickson led the scoring
parade with 25 points as his
team sent four men into double
figure scoring. Toby Thomas was
close behind with his 22 points.
Reggie Jones, the sixth Shark in
the game, scored 16 points and
Jason Maxwell had 10.
Bay tied the score, 65-65, in
the third quarter, but never even
smelled first place again all night.
Score by quarters:
PSJ 20 25 20 30-95
Bay 19 20 26 12-77
Thomas 10-2-22, Jones 8-0-16,
Maxwell 4-0-10, Price 3-0-8, Bax-
season record to 11-2 Tuesday
evening after winning four games
during the past week. They
defeated Marianna, avenging an
earlier overtime loss to the Bull-
dogs, Bristol, Wewahitchka and
PORT ST. JOE 33
The Lady Sharks continue to
roll, as they defeated, Marianna,.
33-28, on the strength of a strong
fourth quarter last Thursday eve-
The Sharks scored 11 points,
holding the Bulldogs to only 6, in
the fourth quarter, to account for
their winning margin. Latresha
Quinn locked up the game for the
Sharks with her 1-and-I 'in the fi-
nal seconds of the game.
The Sharks had Lenora Jones
as their leading scorer with 13
points, Kendra McDaniel once
again kept the boards clean with'
her 13 rebounds.
Score by quarters:
Port St. Joe 10 6 6 11-33
Marianna 8 10:4 6-28
PSJ-Jones 6-1-13, McDaniel
4-0-8, Ward 4-0-8, Wood 1-0-2,
t n Marianna-Taylpr 3-0-6, Bar-
rt- ton 5-0-10, Roe 2-0-4, Arunabol
0-0-0, Blount 3-0-6, Copeland 1-
PSJ 30, BRISTOL 24
The Lady Sharks downed ihe
Bulldogs 30-24 on their own
court last Friday evening.. Kendra
McDaniel led the Sharks with 11
points and 15 rebounds. Charron
Addison added nine, Lenora
Jones eight and Misty Wood two.
Stephanie Maxwell pulled down
seven rebounds and scored two
PSJ 38, WEWA 34
On the road again Monday
the Lady Sharks ran their record
to 10-24n a close game with their
county rival Wewahitchka. Charr-
ron Addison and Lenora Jones
each contributed 12 points to the
victory, and 5'11" Kendra McDa-,
niel pulled dowh 19 rebounds
while scoring 10 points. Misty
Wood added four points.
PSJ 30, CARRABELLE 10
In a low scoring game Tues-
day evening the Lady Sharks
hosted the Carrabelle Panthers
and chalked up their 11th win on
the season. In utilizing the bench
Coach Lacour had nine players
scoring. Charron Addison led the
Ladies with seven points followed
by Lenort Jones with six and
Kehdra McDaniel with four.
Eighth grader Stephanie Maxwell
contributed two points and 10
rebounds. Other scorers were:
Misty Wood three; and Christy-
Wood, LaTrina McNeal, LaTresha
Quinn and Alyson Williams each
with two points.
The Lady Sharks will host
Freeport Thursday evening with
game time at 6:00 with their next
game also at home against Quin-
cy Shanks Feb. 4.
ter 2-2-7., Quinn 1-2-4, Hill 1-1-
Myers 7-1-15, Leonard 5-4-14,
Alexander 4-1-11, Croom 3-0-6,
Stewart 3-0-6, Lawson 2-0-4.
PORT ST. JOE 68
The Sharks continued their
win streak Tuesday night, edging
the Mosley Dolphins by a close
68-61 score. Their record is now
15-4, with a perfect record in Dis-
The Sharks sent three of their
players into double scoring fig-
ures with Joe Price leading the
way with his 22 points. Toby
Thomas added 15 and Jason
Maxwell had 14. Price made most
of his points the hard way; from
long distance via three-point
shots. He had five of the long
The score was knotted, 31-31
at half time but that was as close
as the Dolphins could come. By
the end of the third period Port
St. Joe had pulled away to a five
point lead which they never gave
Score by quarters:
PSJ 17 14 18 19-68
Mosley 12 19 16 13-61
PSJ--Jones 2-0-4, Price 8-1-
22, Thomas 4-7-15, Walker 1-0-
2, Hill 1-1-3, Quinn 2-0-4, Baxter
1-1-3, Maxwell 7-0-14, Nickson
Steele 6-4-16, Tolbert
Brown 3-0-6, Pittman
Culver 1-0-2, Peck 2-0-4.
THE COMING WEEK'S
schedule has the Sharks on the
road Friday night to Florida High
and a District game. Tuesday
night of next week, they will be
back in the Coliseum, playing the
The Gulf County Senior Citi-
zens Association will be hosting
its second annual select shot golf
tournament on Saturday, March
13. The entry fee will be $30.00
plus $5.00 for a delicious buffet
dinner. The fee includes cart ren-
tal and green' fees. All proceeds
will be used to help pay for the
Gulf County Stiles Brown Com-
munity and Senior Citizens Cen-
ter. Entry forms can be picked up
at the St. Joseph Bay County
Club and Sears Catalog Store.
There will be an awards din-
ner with door prizes galore, and
other prizes for the longest drive
and closest to the pin.
Call 229-8466 for more infor-
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"A Visit to Storyland"
January 28 at WES
The first grade teachers
would like to invite the communi-
ty to attend their first grade play,
A Visit to Storyland. It will be held
Thursday, January 28 at 8:30
and 9:00 a.m. Take a sojourn
back to your childhood memories
with this trip down memory lane.
POPS Collecting Coats
Terri Weimorts, guidance
counselor, and her P.O.P.S. mem-
bers would like to ask everyone to
clean out their closets and please
donate all the coats you can't
use. These will be cleaned and
donated to needy people here and
Teachers Nadine Whitfield
and Connie St. Clair and their lit-
By Larry A. Mathes
Parents and interested citizens have received via their students
a survey form which we need as part of our school improvement
plan. Please fill this out as best you can and return it to the High
School office as soon as possible. Students will fill one out at
school. Take the time to do this it is Important! If you failed to
get one, please come by the school and pick up one. It will only take
a few minutes.
Well, last week it finally happened. In airline lingo, we got
bumpedll Due to space limitations, our article was cut. However,
since The Star is nice enough .t6 print this most weeks free of
charge, we will keep trying. A little from last week and some from
this week out to do it.
ParentI please look at Progress Reports and call the school if
there seems to be problems. Help is available to students, but it
usually takls a push from parents to ask for their help.
Pre-planning has started for the Student Excellence Award
Banquet. I hope your student receives an invitation for achievement
and that you as parents will plan to attend. Sorry, space limitations
force us to invite parents only, and the spaces may not be allocated
to other family or friends.,
We are often asked why we're in school when others take a holi-
day. Our system has elected for years not to take off individual holi-
days other than the traditional, ones, opting instead to take these
holidays at the end of the school year, thereby getting out of school
several weeks early. In other words, "pay now or pay later." The
state says you go 180 days when you go is up to the system.
Fourteen Wewahitchka High School Band members accompa-
nied Terry Stryker to the District Honor Band at Blountstown High
School January 21-23. Congratulations on ,a fine performance.
Plans are being discussed for a combined WHS-PSJHS performance
at several schools. More about this later.
It rates a headline Tim Hammon, Language Arts instructor,
has been chosen as WHS' Teacher of the Year. If selected as the
District's representative, Mr. Hammon will then enter state competl- ;
tion. Good luckl
Science Fair January 28th and 29th -- -open to parts thnd
public Thursday night from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. Please come out and :
see the show. Don Rich and Dawn Grace are the sponsors.
'There's still lots of basketball to see (both 'sexes), and baseball,
softball, and track are waiting in the wings.
Please send or bring that survey form to the high school. We
need a good response.
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BY Trai Peiffer
We have started the new year bursting out of our seams, riot
from the sweets and other foods we ate over the holidays, but from
the new students we have acquired this semester. This Week alone,
we have enrolled three students, and we are looking forward to'
many more. Speaking. of the new semester, our report cards have'
gone out, and we are starting another six weeks.
If you would like to show your support for the school, buy Faith
Christian School "Spirit and Pride" T-shirts and shorts. They are on
sale now. If you would like one, the students are selling them, or
you can contact the office. Also, the classes are having the annual
Campbell's soup label' contest These labels aire redeemable for
school supplies. In addition to this, the school also collects alumi-
num cans. The cash is' used to help out the school. ff you would
like to contribute soup labels or cans, please bring them by the of-
Faith Christian School organized a cookbook with recipes from
teachers, parents, and other friends. The school ordered 550 cook-
books and .have sold almost every one; however, there are a few of
these Jewels left that we would be glad to sell. We would like to
thank all the people who have already bought one.
The students and faculty of Faith Christian School would like
to congratulate Sissy and Scott Godwin on their recent marriage.
We all hope that they will be happy for a long time to come. Con-'
gratulations, also, to Jasoni Shoaf, our 1993 school Geography Bee
winner. Jason was the 1991 school winner too. He Will be compet-
ing on a higher level of competition. Good luck, Jaison!
BOAT TRAILER TIRES
tie cherubs have been studying
dinosaurs, which by the way, is
probably their favorite subject.
They sponge painted dinosaurs
on T-shirts and I even saw them
wearing dinosaur hats. This is a
favorite unit in all grades.
Profile on Student Teacher,
Willa Dean Bozeman
We are glad to have Mrs. Wil-
la Dean Bozeman student teach-
Rachel Bixler, Lyndsey Hill,
Katie Geoghagan, Adam Nik-
on, Aaron Watson
Leslie Earley, John-Patrick
Floyd, Rachel[-eoghagan, Jason .
-Hart, Renee Vinson
Chad Goebert, Andy Shoaf
A's & B's
Ashley .Smith, Jenna Teat
" B ,"' Second Grade
Brandon Lyles, Jeremy ROl
bershaw, Michael Roney, Zachary,
Chester LeGrone, Michael'
Manley, Jennifer Oksanen
Michael Bouington, Christa
Dykes, Becki Earley, Jessica
Slate, Patrick Stewart, Misti Wad-
Joshua Bell, Cassandra
Egler, Jessica Summers
Crystal Allyn, Heather Fox,
Griff Gainnie. Amanda Ha-
ney, Jeff Schwelkert, Jason Shoafl
Robbi Funderburk, Shana
Christina Egler, Amy Goebert
Bert Cain, Anthony Lee,
Principal Goebert also takes
great pleasure in announcing the
honor roll for the semester
Christina Egler, Amy Goebert
Bert Cain, and Brandy Wil-
garten teacher, Connie St. Clair,
is our choice of Teacher of the
Year. Connie is married to Joe St.
Clair and the mother of two
daughters, Amy and Angela. She
is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Coleman Birmingham. Connie at-
tends the Assembly of God and is
active in its programs. Before
teaching at Wewa Elemnentary,
Connie taught at Groveland, Indi-
an Town, Highland View, Port St.
Joe Elementary. Connie has
many interests such as cross
stitching, crocheting, wood. work-
ing, and carpentry. Connie feels
like she was chosen to be a teach-
er. She loves children and enjoys
working with them.
ESE and Chapter I Visit Zoo
World on PC Beach
With camcorders in hand, the
classes in ESE and Chapter I
made a trek to the new zoo in
Panama City. The classes have
been studying mammals and de-
ing in the classroom of Mrs.
Tweeta Gaskin. Willa Dean Is.
married to James Bozeman and
they are the parents of three
daughters, Karen, Renee, and,
Amy. They also have three grand-
children. Willa Dean decided to."
become a teacher as a result of
substitute teaching. She began-
substituting and found that she
actually enjoyed working with
and helping children. She has
also worked several years as a
counselor with Chemical Addic-
tions Recovery Effort (CARE).
With that job, she came in con-
tact with children and that fur-
ther made her want to become a
teacher. Will Dean said that her
family had been. a wonderful
source of encouragement in help-
ing her reach her goal. The Boze-
mans reside in Altha. Welcome to
Connie St. Clair
Voted in by her peers, kinder-
Fred Goebert, principal of
Faith Christian School, takes
pleasure in announcing the hon-
or roll for the third six week grad-
FEATURE OF THE WEEK
,New under construction waterfront -
homes -year round 3B/2B: 2B/2B-
lB/IB. Avallable February 15th;
nor lot. Single carport in good conditions A good buy at
670.099.0G- S72,000.00. .
5841 Hwy. 98, St. Joe Beach: WATERFRONTI This unique 2 bed-
room, 2 bath townhome has many nice features! WATER-
FRONTII Large decks off living room and bedroom overlook
the Gulfl Llv.ng room has cathedral ceiling w/skylights. Kitch-
en has bar. Two AC/Heat systems, ig. bathroom downstairs
has nice wood saunal Single car carponi Urtility are w/,
washer and dryer hookups. Very nicely decorated Must see
this one! Only $99,500.00..
Corner Court Street & Alabama St. Joe Beach: Nice two bed-
room, one bath stilt home on large shaded corner lot. Com-
pletely furnished. Includes refrigerator w/ice maker, dish-
washer, gas range, microwave, washer & dryer. Central gas
heat and electric A/C. Large great room w/cathedial cell-'
ings. w/ceilling fans. Nice kitchen w/bar. Very bright and
cheerful. Nice sun deck around house. Covered parking.
Walking distance to beach $65,500.00.
Hwy. 98 Near Santa Anna Newly remodeled four bedroom, two-
bath home overlooking the Gulf! Unobstructed view Large
living room with stone fireplace. Large kitchen and dining
area. Fenced yard, screened porch, and raised sun deck.
On 50'x90' lot. $95,000.00 Reduced $85,000.00.
PORT ST. JOE
235 Santa Anna: 2 bedroom, 1 1/2 bath brick home on 2 large
lots. Living and dining, great room w/catnedral ceilings and
brick wall fireplace Kitchen has all wood cabinets. Master
bedroom has 1/2 bath and full walk-in closet. Screened
porch, Ig. storage shed. Separate area set-up for mobile
Sh hook-up w/septc. water. and power Only short walk '
to Beach! S69.000.00. .. -.. -
120 Weslcoftt Circle: Charming three bedroom, one bath brick
home on large 75 x 180 lot in nice neighborhood Very well
maintained and decorated. Central Heat & AC. 20',x. 24'
work shop in back. tenced yard Only $58.500.00. ..
LOTS ON MEXICO BEACH
Residential Zoned for Homes Only
California Drive: 100' x 108.33' lot wilg. septic tank Nice neighbor-
hood. $12,000.00. Mexico Beach Unit 14. Bik E. Lot 12
Lots Wysong Avenue: Two (2) large lots on paved street In nice
residential neighborhood w/underground utilities. Cleared.
filled, beautiful shade trees! $30,000.00
Palm Street, Mexico Beach: (2) 75' x 100' lots only I block to the:
Beach. Nice shade trees, in residential area. S$R,000 each
Unit 11, BIk. 6, Lots 11, 13.
Corner Sea Pines & Periwinkle Drive: Nice corner lot approximate-
ly 85 x 105'. Bik E, Lot 3. $25,000.00.
Magnolia Ave.: 75'x102' lot only 1/2 block to the gulf! Good gulf
view. Unit 11, Blk 8, Lot 7. $25,000.00.,
Corner of New Mexico Drive.& Maryland Blvd.: 100' x 158.33' lot:
Unit 14, Blk B, Lot 1. Nice corner lot w/shade trees.
New Mexico Drive 100'x158.33' lot. Unit 14, Blk B, Lot 8. Reduced
Texas Drive 100'x108' lot. Unit 14, Blk F, Lot 6. M4,8 ,09 Owner will
finance. REDUCED TO ~40010. $4,900.00.
Arizona Drive- 100'x108' lot. Unit 14, Blk D., Lot 16. $7,000.00.
Arizona Drive (5) 110'xl 10' lots. Unit 14, Blk D, Lots 6,8, 10, 12, 1"4.
Owner financing. 47,5090. Reduced to $5,500.00. -
Texas Drive (2) 100'x100' lots. Unit 14, Blk G, Lots 9, 10. $8,000.00
7th Street 100'x108' lot. On paved street. Walking distance to the
Beach. Unit 14, Blk D, Lot 15. $10,000.00.
7th Street 100'x108' lot. On paved street. Walking distance to the
Beach. Unit 14, Blk D, Lot 9. $10,000.00.
Wysong Avenue 109'x100'.lot. On paved street. Underground
utilities. Nice Neighborhood. Unit 17, Blk 1, Lot 8. $ 11,000.00.
Corner Oak Avenue & Palm Street 1 1/2 lots, large size Irregular
shaped. ONLY 1/2-block to the Beachi Owner will finance;
Unit 11, Bik 8, E 1/2 of Lot 16, AII of lot 18. $29,800.00.
Gufaire Drive, Gulfalre Subdivision 70'xl115' home lot. Bik G, Lot
2. Good view of the Gulf. $35,000.00.
Gulf Aire Drive, Gulf Aire Subdivision: 75' x 125' residential lot. Nice
shade trees. Good location. Owner motivated to sell.
$15,000.00. Owner will finance.
Colorado Drive: 100' x 158.33' lots. Unit 14, Bik C, Lots 15, 17, 19.
Arizona Drive: (2) 100'x108.33' lots. Unit 14, Bik D, Lots 2, 4.
7th Street: (2) 100'x108.33 lots. Unit 14, BIk D, Lots 1, 3. $7,000.00
109 13th St.: 120' x 90' lot on paved street. Close to BeachI Resi-
dential zoned. Mexico Beach Business Center Lot 22. $28,~60 Re-
duced to $20,000.
LOTS ZONED FOR MOBILE HOMES
Maryland Blvd. 75'x100' lot. Unit 12A, BIkC, Lot 4. $13,000.00.
Hwy. 98 116' waterfront x 80' lot. End of 8th Street. Unit 2, Bik V,.
Lots 4.5. Owner will finance with 10% down, balance at 10%.
Hwy. 98 ST. JOSEPH SHORES. 120"x397' waterfront lot. $120,000.00.
15th Street Beautiful 78' x 113.88' lot. commercially zoned In
good location. $12,000.00.
. Canal Drive: This lovely three bedroom, two bath. brick home Is
located on the Intercoastal Waterway, with 135' frontage.
Dock on the canall Approximately 2 acres completely
cleared and grassed. Lg. living room w/cathedral ceiling,
separate dining room. Kitchen has circular bar, abundance
of cabinet and counter space. Appliances include range
and 25.1 c.f. refrigerator. Master bedroom has walk-In clos-
et, and bath w/garden tub. Lg. screened porch on back
overlooks canal and front enclosed porch. 4 car carport. 14'
satellite dish, 12' x 24' utility building. Must see this onell
Good location, excellent condition! $85,000.00.
229 Forest Ave., : 3 bedroom, 2 bath double wide mobile home
on 1 1/8 acres. Very well kept & maintained, In mint cond:
Living room has cathedral ceiling w/ceiling fan. Kitchen has
bar, and very adequate cabinet and counter space. Mas-
ter bedroom has ceiling fan, Ig. walk-in closet, and garden
Stub In bath. Property is completely cleared. Small fish pond,
Fruit trees, nice garden spot. Large covered porch on front.
$42,99., Reduced to $40,900 00. $39,900.00.
263 Forest Ave., Overstreet: Two bedroom, 1 bath mobile home
on 1.12 acres. Cen. gas heat/elec. a/c. Appliances include
refrig., range. 12'x16' storage building. 50'x100' stocked
pond. Utility area w/washer & dryer hook-ups. Excellent start-
er home. 486,900,00.Reduced to $23,900.p0.
CAPE SAN BLAS
Nautilus Way, Feather Sound Subdivision WATERFRONTI 51' on
the Gulf x 394.54' deep. Lot 8. $52,000.00.
Nautilus Way, Feather Sound Subdivision (2) Interior lots. Good
view of the Gulfl $34,000.00 each.
CORNER OF 14TH STREET & HIGHWAY 98
r NEW LISTING
GULF AIRE DRIVE
Phase I: 65' x 112' home lot. Gulf view Bik B, lot
SST. JOE BEACH
Corner Canal Street & Alabama: Five (5) bed-
room, two bath two story home on 2 large
comer lots. Separate ac/heat systems for
upstairs and downstairs, could be made Into,
duplex. Block construction. $65,000.00. ,
HOMES Mexico Beach
200 4th St.: Beautiful two bedroom, two bath 14' x 72' River Oaks
i r mobile home on shaded comer lot. Screened porch, upper
& lower decks. Completely furnished and ready for occu-
pancy. Central heat & AC, refrigerator, 'range, dishwasher,
washer, dryer, T.V., microwave Included. Master bedroom
has dressing area and nice garden tub & separate shower.
Large kitchen with abundance of cabinets (all oak). Must
see this onel OWNER WILL FINANCE $44,995.00.
107 41st St., Mexico Beach: Two bedroom, 1 1/2 bath BEACHSIDE
townhomel End Unitl Partially furnished. In good conditions Cen-
tral heat/ac d Living room, and bedrooms have ceiling fans. Kitch-
en has nice wood'cabinets w/butcher block counters. Appliances
include refrigerator, gas range, dishwasher, washer and dryer.
Only short walk to beach with eacy access $54,500.
111 Oleander Ave., Mexico Beach: This two bedroom, two bath,
townhome has all the right features. Two story design with liv-
Ing, dining and kitchen combo. Very nicely decorated. Cov-
ered porch off living room has good view of the Gulf! Only
1/2 block to the Beach with easy access Appliances in-
clude refrigerator, range and dishwasher. Central heat &
AC. Utility room with washer and dryer hook-ups. Must see
this onel $69,000.00.
106 N. 19th Street: 3 bedroom. 2 bath stucco home In nice loca-
tion only 1 block to the beach Nice large 100 x 100 lot Llv-,
Ing rodm and dining area. KItclien has bar. Cental Heat/AC.
Covered front porch. Only 46|8.00.,00. $5,000.00. Call for
more details. ."':
SGrace Home, 107 30th Street Large BEACHSIDE three bedroom.
two b e wit game room. Living room with fireplace
overdokr t Gulf and leads to sun deck that surrounds
house. Private deck off master bedroom. Completely fur-
nished. All the comforts of home. Owner.will listen to offers
1380,00000Reduced to $110,000.00 for Quick Sale.
116 4th Street (Corner Fortner Aye.): This two story duplex has
three' baths upstairs and two bedrooms, one
bath dri rental unit or additional IMng quarters.
Large Mving room and den w/fireplace upstairs. Breakfast
nook w/Bay window. Kitchen has bar. Matter bedroom has
large walk-In closet and nice dressing area. Large sun deck
has good view of the Gulf. Close easy Beach access. Two
car covered carport. Downstairs has large livingroom. Kitch-
en w/dining area. Separate entrance. Must see to appre-
ciate Only $87,000.00.
728 N. 15th St. 3 bdrrn. 2 ba. 24'x52' double wide mobile home on
large shaded lot. Living room has cathedral. ceiling w/
ceiling fan. Large master bdrm. Screened porch on front.
Cen. h&elec. air. Appliances included with washer & dryer.
Good location. This home is In mint condition. $43,000.00.
Docsilde T.H. N2, 114 C Miramar Drive: Two bedroom, two and
one-half bath townhome on the canal, has private boatslipl
Patio area off livingroom overlooks canall Only steps to the
Beach! completely furnished, central heat and a/c. Kitchen
equipped with refrigerator w/Ice maker, range, dishwasher,
washer and dryerl Good rental unit. $90,000.
64 Magnolia Ave.. This uniquely designed 2 story home has many
features to consider. Only 1/2 block to the beach 3 bed-
rooms,,2 full baths, (1 upstairs, 1 downstairs). ULiv. rm. has cell-
Ing fan, track lighting, & siding doors which lead to large
covered deck w/view of the gulf. Also side sun deck off
kitchen w/bar and flourescent lighting. Completely fenced
Syard makes nice private outdoor living. Lots of shade trees.
4 86,00,09. Reduced to $79,500.00. Also additional adjacent
lot for $25,000.00.
Sandollar 4 Three bedroom, one bath cottage with screened
porch overlooking the Gulf. Completely furnished and
equipped for summer rental. 95' waterfront lot. $120,000.00.
602 Fortner Avenue Stucco DUPLEX only 1/2 block to the BEACHI
2 Two bedroom, one bath units. Completely furnished. On
50'x150' lot. Separate entrance to each unit. Excellent ren-
.tals. Presently rented. $53,500.00.
314 Hatley Drive Three bedroom, two bath townhomes In nice
residential area. Vaulted ceiling In IMng, dining, and kitchen
areas. Large bar In kitchen. All appliances Included.
.$48,500.00 to $49,900.00.
13th Street Two bedroom, one bath stilt home 1/2 block to the-
Beach. Needs some TLC. Large deck on front and side. Par-
tial view of the Gulfl Owner will finance. $55,000.00.
Loft by the Pier #12'& #14. Surfview and Spindrift Townhomes, 106B
and 108D 37th Street Attractive two bedroom townhomes
near fishing pier and beach. Newly remodeled. Completely
furnished and equipped for second home or rental. Bay win-
dow accents living room with cathedral ceiling. Private pat-
lo in back, off bedroom. Assumable mortgage. S665,0000.0
200 6th Street Three bedroom, two bath double wide mobile
home. On large 105'x112.5' corner lot. Fastened to home
foundation. Only 2 blocks to the BeachI $45,500.00
3rd Ave., Beacon Hill: (2) 60' x 100' lots. Completely cleared, filled,
and grassed. Very nicel Good location. With Septic TankI
ST. JOE BEACH
335 Cortez St.: Two bedroom, one bath 12' x 60' mobile home on
large 75' x 150' lot. Good condition. Very clean. Nice 10' x 10'
sun deck on front. Will .make nice starter home or vacation re-
241 Columbus St.: Nice two bedroom, one bath 12' x 60' mobile
home on lovely wooded lot. Beautiful shade trees. Large 19'
x 10' front screened porch. Covered single car carport. 75' x
150' lot. Nice neighborhood. Only steps to the beach.
SEA SHORES T.H. #6, 6417 F. HWY. 98, WATERFRONT, ST. JOE
BEACH: BEAUTIFUL AND IMMACULATE are the two words to
describe this WATERFRONT townhome. Three bedrooms, two
and one-halfbaths with all the extras completely and superbly
furnished and equipped for beach living. Large LR. w/stone fire-
placel Master BR has jacuzzi tub! Bright and airyl Never been
rented. All you dreamed of and morel Mint Conditioni
Amercus Avenue: Two (2) extra large lots In first block to the
beach Beautiful shade trees View of the Gulfl $35,000.00
5612 Hwy. 98 (Corner of Selma) St. Joe Beach: Relax and enjoy the
view from the screened porch that overlooks the Gulfl UNOB-
STRUCTED VIEW. DEDICATED BEACH This two bedroom, one
bath block home has stood the test of time. Large kitchen with
dining area. Living room has good view of Gulfl On 74' x 90' cor-.
Harmon Realty, Inc
BARBARA HARMON, Broker Ann Six, Sales Associate, 229-6392
THE TREAD MILL
/ Stan Price and Tim Pope owners/operators
Open Monday Friday, 8:00 a.m. 6:00 p.m. arnd Saturday 8:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m.
CALL STAN OR TIM
THE STAR. PORT ST. JOE. FL THURSDAY. JAN. 28., 1993 PAGE 1B
cided to make a video of their es school. When she did the other.
trip. It will be presented in part to "day, kindergarten student Sarah
the whole school on our broad- Lawrence told her mother Linda
casting system. By all accounts Lawrence that Miss Nadine
I've heard, it's a great place. wasn't there. Her mother said
"Woafing Around" that she was probably sick and
Miss Nadine is one of those Sarah replied, "No, she's probably
teachers who almost never miss- Just woafing around!"
State Required Counseling Now
Available in Port St. Joe
For more information, call collect
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The Gann Brothers
First United Methodist Church
111 North 22nd St.
Mexico Beach, FL 32410
Morning Church......... .........9:00 a.m. CT
Church School.............. 10:00 a.m. CT
Charles M.Parke. Pastor John Anderson. Music Director
CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST5
CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST
145 Avenue D Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
Sunday School ...................................10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship......................11:30 a.m.
Night Worship ......... 1st Sunday Night at 6:00 p.m. (only)
Every Fourth (4th) Sunday Is Youth Sunday
Tuesday Night Prayer & Bible Band 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday Night Bible Study 7:00 p.m.
Elder O.T. Stallworth, Pastor Minister Johnny Jenkins, Jr., Minister
Pine Street Overstreet
Sunday School.....................................10:00 a
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Pastor W.L. Tiemain 12/17-6/93 Phone 648-8
The Gann Brothers will be In
concert at Howard Creek Baptist
Church Sunday, January 31.
Pastor OtiUs Mann and con-
gregation cordially invite you to
come and enjoy the day.
The Gann Brothers will begin
singing at 11:00 a.m. EST. At
noon, there vill be dinner on the
ground, and following the noon
meal, the Gann Brothers will re-
Don't miss It! Cbme and en-
joy a ministry in song.
A love offering will be taken.
Set Feb. 2
A ,.cLc.J upoJn e.f cey.. LJEIi
study, I Thessalonians, begins
February 2 at First United Metho-
dist Church, Port St. Joe. Precept
study method is being used
across the United States and In
over 52 foreign countries by peo-
ple seeking to know the truths of
the Word of God for themselves.
.m. These in-depth studies are widely
t.m. acclaimed for their practical, per-.
nsonal annmnah tn Bibhle tudv ,
I FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
% 5 CHURCH
508 Sixteenth Street 227-1756
T SUNDAY WORSHIP.................... 10 a.m.
l' ADULT SCHOOL...................... 11 a.m.
S*' *SUNDAY SCHOOL Young Children
'us Nursery Available
The Rev. Joseph Eckstine, Pastor
r ." ,- . .
Bible Study ., Worship
10 a.m. Sunday -"11 a.m.. Sunday '
7 p.m. Wednesday Attended Nursery.
Minister: Louie Consoli
"NONE OF US LIVETH TO 'HIMSELF, AND NO
MAN DIETH TO HIMSELF."
Presented by the church of Christ
The church meets at the corner of
.20th Street and Marvin Avenue.
P.O. Box 758 Port St. Joe, FL 32456
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Sunday School 9 a.m.
Worship 10 a.m. & 6 p.m.
First Union Bank Upstairs
Nursery (Birth 3 years)
Therefore being justi-
fied by faith, we have
peace with God
through our Lord Jesus
.Christ; By whom also
we have access by
faith into this grace
wherein we stand, and
rejoice in the hope of.
the glory of God.
(Romans 5:1, 2)
Joe E. Poole
Joe E. Poole, 77, passed away
Monday morning, January 25, at
the home of his daughter in Mexi-
co Beach. A native of Gordon, Al-
abama, he had lived in Wewa-
hitchka for over 50 years, and
.served in the army; during World
War 11, earning the Purple Heart.
He was a member of the Jeho-
vah's Witness faith.
Survivors Include his wife,
Marie D. Poole of Wewahitchka:
three daughters, Gall LeGrone of
Blakely, Georgia. Darene Jones.
Harriman, Tennessee. and Shar-
on Parker of Mexico Beach;. one
step son. Ken Hobbs of Panama
City; one sister. Louise Fulford of
Decatur. Alabama: his grandchil-
dren. Janet. Mike, Lori, and
Christy LeGrone. all of Blakely,
Phillip Jones of Harriman, Ten-,
nessee, Gregory. John. and
Christopher Parker. all of Port St.
Joe; one step grandson, and two
step great grandchildren, all of
Panama City Beach.
Graveside funeral services
were held Wednesday at Jehu Ce-
metery. Interment followed.
All services were under the
direction of the Comforter funeral
Home. Wewahitchka Branch
Georgle. Elizabeth Simmons,
75, of Port St. Joe, passed away
Friday, January 22, In the Apa-
lachicola Health Care Center. She
was a native of Washington
County. and had been a resident
of Gulf County for many years.
She is survived by four sons,
Ralph Simmons of Panama City.
George Simmons of Port St. Joe,
Paul Simmons of Pensacola, and
Tommy Simmons of Wewahitch-
ka; two brothers, Roosevelt Mor-
ris of Wewahltchka, and Willie
Morris of New Mexico; four sis-
ters, Frances. Suggs of Dothan,
Alabama, Vona O'Brian and East-
er Nichols. both of Port St. Joe.
and Julle Morris of Panama City;
15 grandchildren and 11 great
Graveside funeral services
were held Sunday at the Duncan
'Cemetery in Wausau. conducted
'by the Rev. Chester Middleton.
All services were under the
direction of Comforter Funeral
The stur..i1~ R n ey-
time to d Mif i 0li ss away Sturday,
'the message of God's Word. 23, Gulf Pines Hospi-
Worlofhond want h Gow f tal, following an extended illness.
Word of God and the God of the A native of Jackson. Mississippi.
Word from seminary professors he had been a resident of the
to businessmen, to housewives t Florida Keys for many years prior
.teens- attest to the Invaluable to moving here In 1981. He was a
help of the inductive method used member of the Mt. Carmel Bap-
In Precept. tist Church. -
Precept Bible studies are Survivors include: his wife,
written by Kay Arthur, well- Alice Courtney; his mother-in-
known speaker, broadcaster, and law, Mattle Green: his brother-in-
author. Her in-depth knowledge law, Joe Green; and his sister-in-
of the Bible as well as her gifted
presentation of Biblical t huth has
made the Precept method an ef-' M is i-ary" D y
fective study, tool for thousands. .,. SS ionary Day
The study is uniquely designed
for the serious student with semi- at New Bethel
nary experience as well as for the The Missionary Society of
Individual who has never studied New Bethel AME Church, Port St
the Bible before. You. can hear Joe wdil celebrate its annual Mis-
Kay Arthur teach every Friday on slonary Day on Sunday, January
-Channel 24 at 12 noon. 31.
For further information on The 11:00 a.m. speaker will
Joining the Precept study in your be Sister Pimby Gilliam Hall,
area. call Trudy Hetrick at 229- meinber of Bethel AME Church of
2717 today. Tallahassee.
Pastor Gilliam and members
invite you to share this day.
Card of Thanks
I would like to extend my COnference at
deepest thanks to the Gulf w Bethel
.Co-unty Senior Citizens Associa- ew Bethel
Uon for their sponsoring of the The Panama City Distric
Outstanding Young Woman of the Conference will be held Februar
Year Pageant. A special thanks to 4-6 at New Bethel AME Church in
Jerry Stokoe and Sandra Cannon Port St. Joe with Rev. E.O. Glll
for their hours spent in putting am, pastor, and the Rev. G.T
the pageant together. Also, a spe- Barkley, presiding elder.
cial thanks to Tracy Davis for her 'The public is Invited to shari
help and encouragement in all in all services.
the nights of practice. I am look-
ing forward tb the year ahead and
hope to.make Gulf County. proud.-. y
Ca Itdsey SAYYOUSAWIT INTHESTAR!'
SUnited Methodist Church.
Corner of 4th St. & Parker Ave.
|^: Highland View' : .
1 Lynwood R.Wynne, Pastbr
Sunday School-.................. a.m :
Morning Worship ............. .......... .11 a.m.
Evening W orship ..................................................................................6 p.m .
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law, Mandy Davis, all of Pbrt St.'
Funeral.. services were, held
Wednesday at the Mt. Carmel
Baptist Church, conducted by the
Rev. Luther Baker. Interment fol-
lowed in the family plot at Forest
All services .were under the
direction of Comforter Funeral
Theo Williams, 76. passed
away Sunday. January 24. at
Gulf Pines Hospital after a long
illness. She had been a resident
of Bay St. Joseph Care Center
She Is survived by many
friends from the care center and
Port St. Joe.
A graveside service was held
at Forest Hill Cemetery with Rev-
erend George Malone offciating.
AlFarrangements were by Gil-
more Funeral Home.
,: Elaine L. Smith, 64, of Mexi-
co Beach, passed away January
21, at her home following a long
illness. She, and her family own
and operate the Gulf View Motel -
in Mexico Beach.
She is survived by her bus-
band. Charles W. Smith of Mexico:
Beach; a son. Charles Smith, Jr.-'
of Mexico Beach: four daughters,:
Janice Smith of Mexico Beach.:
Penny Yopp of Paducah, Ken-
Lucky. Elaine Helen Smith of Pe-
oria, Illinois. and Debra Lee Hill
of Oklahoma: one brother. Stew-
art H. Lewis of Rochester, Minne-
sota: eight grandchildren; and
one great grandchild.
No services were held and
cremation was scheduled.
All arrangements were han-
dled by Gilmore Funeral Home.
"The Exciting Place to Worship"
I -__-? :
SFirst Bap tist Cfiurcfi
102 Third Street
Port St. Joe, Florida
HOWARD BROWNING, Pastor
"THE MIRACLE CENTER"
NEW COVENANT MISSIONARY WORLD OUTREACH CENTER...
The Family Church
252 Avenue E, Port St. Joe, Florida Church Phone: 229-8137
Pastor Rev. Napoleon Pittman
SUNDAY DAILY PRAYER
Worship: 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. For Prayer or Counseling, Call or
WEDNESDAY Write the Church.
7:30 p.m. Bible Study & Fellowship
"A CHURCH WITH A VISION"
Sponsor of New Covenant Christian Academy K-5 thru 6th Grade
Does not discnminate based upon race, creed, color, or origin.
You are always welcome and visitors are desired at
St. James Episcopal Church
309 Sixth Street Port St. Joe
l+ + -SERVICES-
The REV. JERRY R. HUFT, Pastor
Catch the SAnrit Consitution auf.tonu nt
THE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Port St.Joe
FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
Sunday School........ 9:45 a.m. Evening Worship......7:30 p.m.
Morning Worship..... 11:00 a.m. Bible Study
Methodist Youth Wednesday............... 9:30 a.m.
Fellowship .............5:30 p.m., -Thursday .................7:30 p.m.
REV. ZEDOC BAXTER, Pastor JEFF BARNES, Youth/Music Director
Want You Be
the Friendly Place.
BIBLE STUDY..................... .. ...9:45 a.m. EVENING WORSHIP .. 7:0
MORNING WORSHIP... .......... 11-00 a.m. WEDNESDAY. .... ... ..... 7:0
CHURCH TRAINING .......:...........5.45 p m.
Long Avenue Baptist Church
S1601 Long Avenue
T IflQW DANIEL W. DUNCAN Pastor
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SGulf County Commissiol
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
DECEMBER 21, 1902
The Gulf County Board of County Commis-
stoners met this .date in workshop session with the
following members present- Chairman Nathan Pe-
ters Jr.. Commissioners Warren J. Yeager Jr., Jes-
sie V. Armstrong. Michael L. Hammond and Billy
Others present were: Attorney Robert M.
Moore. Clerk Benny C. Lister, Deputy Clerk Doug
Birmingham, and Deputy Clerk Debbe Wibberg.
The workshop was called to order at 4:05
Ambulance Service: Jo Ann Wilson of the
Emergency Medical Services Unit stated she was
there to address the Board regarding any ques-
tions they may have about ambulance services
and mutual aid. Commissioner Hammond ques-
tioned the loaning of an ambulance to Franklin
* County and the length of time the vehicle was out
of Gulf County. Mrs. Wilson stated that this is
common practice between the two facilities and
mutual aid means "whatever is needed at the
time." Ms. Wilson stated she understood the Com-
missioner's concern about no backup vehicle being
available but she cannot have a service based on
the possibility of what might happen. Commission-
er Yeager stated that he had spoken with Brian
Upton of Gulf Pines Hospital, who was not aware
that a unit had stayed overnight in Franklin
County. The Board discussed what mutual aid
wds and asked Attorney Moore for an exact defini-
tion. Commissioner Hammond stated that they
could provide backup assistance to Franklin
County by leaving the vehicles in Gulf County.
SBid Limits: Commissioner Traylor discussed
changing the current bid limit and presented other
limits qf surrounding counties as a guideline for
the Board. He discussed that he would present a
moUon at the next regular meeting to increase the
bid limit to $2,500.00.
County Engineer: Commissioner Traylor
discussed advertising for an engineering firm to
work for the County."
Commissioners Conference: Commissioner
Hammond discussed that all the Commissioners
should attend the conference in February by the
Florida Association of Counties.
The meeting recessed at 4:45 p.m., EST.
The meeting reconvened at 4:51 p.m..,EST.
Fire Districts: Commissioner Hammond
discussed that Highland View Fire Department is-
in need of a fire truck. He stated that he and Ray
Aylmer had located a'truck at Panama Fire Appa-
ratus for $30,000.00. He discussed alternate ways
the vehicle could be financed with the County as-
sisting the Highland View Fire Department.
Upon motion by Commissioner Traylor, sec-
ond by Commissioner Yeager, the meeting did then
NATHAN PETERS, JR., VICE- CHAIRMAN
ATTEST: BENNY C. LISTER. CLERK
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
DECEMBER 22, 1992
The Gulf County Board of County Commis-
sloners met this date in regular session with the
following members present: Chairman Nathan Pe-
ters Jr., Commissioners Warren J. Yeager Jr., Jes-
sie V. Armstrong, Michael L. Hammond and Billy
Others present were: Attorney Robert M.
More, Clerk Benny C. Lister, Deputy Clerk Doug
Birmlrigham, Deputy Clerk Debbe Wlbberg, Build-
ing-Inspector Don Butler, and Veteran Services Of-
ficer Dan Clifford.
The meeting was called to order at 7:05
Approve Minutes: Upon motion by Commis-
sioner Traylor. se..ond by Commissioner. Yeager,
and unanimous .vote. the Board approved the min-
utes for the following meetings
Special Meeting December 3. 1992
Regular Meeting December 8 1992
Speaal Meeting December I I. 192
Special Meeting December 14. 1992.
Receive Bids (19293-04) Swinging Door
Acittor4 Pursuant to advertisement to receive
sealed bids for a swinging door actiator for the
Courthouse the Iollowing bids were received-
Bob s Door Servlce $3 906.00
Alabama Door Systems S2.750 00
The Board tabled dhese bids for further re-
view and recommendation by Building Inspector
Receive Bids (19293-015) Refinishing Exte-
rior Masonrmy Pursuant to advertisement to re-
ceive sealed bids for refinishing the exterior ma-
sonry of the Courthouse the following bids were
Air Environmental $4.00 per sq. fL
Fisher Construction $43.000.00
AAA Drywall S31.600 00
Western Waterproofing $14.293 00
The Board tabled these bids for further re-
view and recommendation by Building inspector
Advertise for Bids So. Gulf County Emer-
gency Medical Unit: Bobby Plair of the S' Gull
County Emergenco Medical Services Unit request-
ed permissi.:ln to advertise for lour (4) Air Packs/
Bottles for the amTbulance Upon moon by Com
missioner Hammond. second by Commissioner
Traylcr. and unanimous otLe. the Board agreed to
advJertise for ,air packs.
Solid Waste Committee: Chairman Peters
discussed the dunes and responsibilities of the
Solid Waste Committee. Gene Hanlon was appoint-
ed chairperson of the comminee and Mr Rudy Pip.
pin waa roamed ass.sant chairpers.-n Ccmrnis-
sioner Traylor reiterated that the reason the
county got out ofl the trash business was to remove
the burden from the ad valorem taxpayer but was
@en to any po-lume suggesuons the Committee
could provide. Commissioner Yeager stated he
wanted long range planning ideas submitted by
the Committee. The Board thanked the committee
members icLr their participauion
Apalachee Regional Planning Council;
Upon moLuon by Commissioner Yeager. second by
Commissioner Armstrong, and unanimous vote
t' he Board agreed to have the following individuals
serve on the Apalachee Regional Planning Council
Keslev Colbert County Elected Official
Johnny Linon City Elected Official
Michael L Hammond AlLernate
Recreation Program Port St. Joe and We-
wahltchka: Upon motion by Commissioner Ham-
mond second b\ Commissioner Traylor aiud unan-
imrnous vote, the Board agreed to Lsue a check to
the City of Port St Joe in the amount of $10,200
for the county wide recreation program. Upon mo-
non by Commin sioner iraylor. second lb Commist
sioner A-mnstrc.ng and unanimous vote. the Board
agreed to Lssue a check to the City of Wewahitrhka
in the amount of $6,800 for the county wide recre-
Medicaid Billing October and November,
1992: Upon motion by Commissioner Yeager; sec-
ond by Commissioner Traylor and unanimous
vote, the Board agreed to pay the Medicaid billing
for October in the amount of $8,646.41 and the
Medicaid billing fcr- November in the arnount of
Invoice West Building Materials: Upon
motion by Commissioner Hammond, 'second by
Commissioner Traylor and unanimous vote, the
Board agreed to pay an invoice from West Building
Materials in the amount of $736.25 from the Solid
Waste Deparmerent budget.
Stone Mill Creek: Bobby Knee of the Road
Department addressed the Board regarding the
need for cranes to place the flatcars at the Stone
Mill Creek Bndge He stated they could only locate
2 companies with the facilities to handle this oper-
Sauon Comn-iLasloner Yeager mouoned to hire the
cranes ajid operators on an emergency, basis
wtlti doc'iaTeihlau,.,lt O1 vvh, Was called aJid ithe
prices quoted. Commissioner TraylI;, seconded the
moon aid it pa--ed uiIanimr'usly
Inmale Workt Crew: Bobby Knee staled he
lad spoken rz. SL T'hit''teld regardang the recent
situaut:n '.th the itlrmate >:.rk crew supervisor
Chairman Peters stated that he aid CommissiL0ner
)eager met wni SgL Whiuleld and if there are any
mare prctlem- with Mr. Warts he will become de-
cerulled immediately .
Veteran Service Officer Veteran Services
Officer- Dan Clifford stated he had seen 75 vete.
ians In the month ol December Cl-airman Peters
commended Mr CluTord on his job performance
and stated he was receiving a positive response
from the public.. .
SAward Bid (#9293-04) Swinging Door Ac-
tuator: Upon recommendation by Bullding IIspec-
Stor Don Butler, Commissioner Traylor mouoined to
award bid #9293-04 to Alabama Door Systems In
the arrmount of $2,750 00 to be paid from the Main-
tenance Department budget. Commissioner Yeager
Seconded the motion and it passed unanimously
Williamsburg-Methodist HIll Water and
Sewer Project: Buildinrg Inspector Don Butler
stated that the City of Wewahltchka has Informally
agreed to handle the Williamisburg-Methodist Hill
Water and Sewer Project. He requested a written
agreement be drafted and presented to the.City of
Wewahlichka kIr sigrnarures.
Interocal Agreement for Building Inspec-
Lion Services: Ufo, i motion by Commrssioiier
Hammond. second by Commissioner Yeager, and
unanimous vote, the Board agreed to have the
Chairman sign the interlocal agreement between
the City of Port St. Joe and Gulf County for Build-
ing Inspection Services.
Salary Increase: Chairman Peters passed
the chair to Vice-Chairmian Yeager, and rrnotl ted
to Increase Bildtiting hirspecuri Doni Butler s svary
by. 10%. C.:,rrn,us.:.','ier Ta i," seconded the mca-
dUon for discussion stating that the amount mo-'
tioned for was not enough and withdrew his see-
ond. Commissioner Hammond seconded the
motion and asked what Commissioner TYaylor felt
was an appropriate amount Commissioner Traylor
stated he felt $32,000 annually was a valid
amount. Commissioner Hammond withdrew hi;
second. Commissioner Peters motioned to increase
Mr. Butler's "salary-to $30,000 annually effective
January 1,1993. Commissioner Arnnstrong second-
ed the motion and it passed unanimously. Chair-
man Yeager returned the chair to Chairman Pe-
White City Water System: Ralph RWlsh of
Preble-Rish, Inc. stated all permits aid speciflica-
tions for the White City Water System had been
submitted to FmHA.
Invoice Proble-Rish: U po motion by
Commissioner Hammond. second by Commission-
er Yeager. and unanimous vote. the Board agreed
to pay a final Invoice for engineering services for
the White City Water System to Preble-Rish, Inc..
In the amount of $3,036.25,
Red Bull Island Bridge: Ralph Rish com-
mended the Road Department on their preparation
for the installation of the flatcars. He stated that
they will be ready to be installed soon and all work
should be completed by the middle of January.
Employee of the Year 1992: Chairman
Peters passed the chair to Vice-Chairman Yeager
and motioned to name Jake Hysmith, employee of
the year. Commissioner Armstrong seconded the
motion and it passed unanimously. Commissioner
Peters requested Mr. Hysmith attend the regular.
meetItg'on January 12. 1992 so the Board may
present him with a plaque. Chairman Yeager re-
turned the chair to Chairman Peters.
Discrimination Suit Cathy Collins:
Chairman Peters discussed a letter regarding em-
ployee Cathy Collins requesting Saturdays off. At-,
torney Moore advised that no action should be tak-
en because a suit is currently pending against the
County. Chairman Peters passed the chair to Vice-
Chairman Yeager and motioned that Ms. Collins
work Saturdays'on alternate months beginning
January 1, 1993 with David Green working Satur-
days the other months providing a written agree-.
ment is received from Ms. Collins stating she
would drop her current sult. Couimissioner .ArnMi-
strong seconded the motion, atid it .passed unal-
mously. Chairman Yeager returned the chair to
Chairman Peters. .
The meetitg recessed at 7 55 p ni EST.:,
SThe meetaig reconeihed at 8 IC p min. EST.
Highland View Fire Department Truck:
Commissioner Hammond motioned to purchase a
used truck from Panama Fire Apparatus oni art
emergency basis.'Commissioner Traylor seconded
the motion for discussion. Commissioner Yeager
questioned the "emergency" of the situation and
the condition of the present truck. After discus-
sion, the motion passed unanimously. Comnmis-,
sioner Hainmond inotioned to give-Highland View
.Fire Department $10,000 from Reserve from Con-
tingencies and to co-sign a note in the amount of
.$20,000 for 5 years with an Interest rate of 7%
with Wewahitchka .State Bank. Commissioner
Yeager seconded the motion for discussion anudt
stated he understood "needs" but that everyone
should try and work within an allotted budget The
Board discussed caution in "giving' funds and the
need for providing alternative ways for funding In
the future. The motion passed by a vote-of 4 to 0,
with Commissioner Trayloir a LbtLeiiah.g
Gulf Pines Hospital Administrator Brian
Upton: Bnar Upton. adminsitruoar for Gihl Pines.
Hospital, disciussed the conitac' between, the
county satd Gulf County and mutual aid. He dis-
cussed the rules and regulations the EMS system
must abide by. He stated the current contract
would expire the enad of March, 1993 aind the
Board may want to make any changes they
deemed necessary at that time. He discussed a
verbal agreement to bring back the vehicle to Gulf
County as soon as an emergency nmi is completed.
Chairman Peters stated he would tnot accept onai)-
thing that was not ii. wnunig. Mi Upton discussed
that the system is beneflcial and appropriate for
the people of Gulf County Alter discussion.. Chair-
I an Peters requested chat Commisasloher Yeager
review the coLtracI and report to the Board as
soon as possible
Gulf County Library: The Board requested
any informationt regarding the claim diled ont Lehalf
of the Library for a map that was destroyed 'rom
water damage Chief Deputy Clerk Binntigham
stated they hod received no respoiL-e from the II.-
surance company to date
HRS Office Wewa Courthouse: Comnnis-
sloner Traylor requ.estecd the Board contact Repe-
senitaule Trammell regarding the closing of the
HRS office il Wewaritchk.a. He stated this oTfice
services 400 families who would be gravely alTect
ed if this office Is closed The Board stated Lhey
would foigo the reot if n would assist the State In
keeping this office open. Chairman Peters request-
ed Clerk Lister office wnte a letter to Representa-
tive Trarrmmell requesting his assisUtance.
Bid Limit Increase: Upon miotiou by Coin-
missioi,er Travlor. second by Commissioner Yeog-
er. and U0itmiiimonus vote. the Board agreed to in-
crease the bid limit to $2.500 effectUve
I Advertise County Engineer. Upon motion
Sby Commissioner Traylor. second by Commission.
er Hawmmondi and taianuoiuis vote. tie Borad
agreed to adverUise fur proposals for a Co.nty Ein-
Overstreet Fire Department: The Board
disdssed a letter received front Gary Egler. for-
Smnerly of the Overstreet Fire Department.
-- .; Road Department Animal Disposal: The
Boaid discussed the policy for dsp.ing of ant-
- n-'fils by c1l-. Road ,Depar'L aim.r mmmisaioner
,raylor discssed th'e n 'el-because of' the
health factor anfd61rd ably fPfdlfauals to buy
animals After discussion the Board determined it
-ould not change the current policy.
Meeting Time Change: Upon motion by
Commissioner Yeager. second by Commissioner
Armstrong, and unanimous vote. the Board agreed
the regular Board meetiLngs will be held the second
and fourth Tuesday of each month and will begin
at 6.00 p m. ET effective January 12. 1992.
Health and Human Services Board Ap-
pointee: Comin-issioner Hammond motioned to ap-
point Paul Fitzgerald to the Health and Human
Services Board In District 2. Commissioner Traylor
seconded the motion and It passed unanimously.
Enlarging Print of Miautes in Paper. Com-
mirssioner Hammond requested Mr. Wesley Ram-
sey present a quote to the Board for the enlarge-
ment of the print of the Board minutes Mr.
Ramsey said he would bring a quote to the next
Medical Examiner 14th Judicial District:
Chairman Peters discussed the meeting that wam
held December 18. 1992. by the State Attorneys
office regarding a medical examiner for the 14th
Judicial DistrictL He stated that the Board must
designate one representauve and an alternate to
S There being no further business and upon
motion by Commissioner Traylor,' second: by Com-
| missloner Armstrong. the mreeu,,.g did then ad-
In M minutes NATi-AN Ft-tERS JR. '.ICE Ci-AIRMAN -
ATTEST BENNY C LISTED. CLERK
represent the County at future- meetings. Chair-s BOA F COUNTY CMMSSIONERS
man Peters passed the chair to Vice-Chairman The'Gull Co...rsl Boardof C .unr C,na- ,.
Yeager and motioned to designate Admin. Asst. sioners met this date in special session with the
Larry Wells as representative and the current following members present: Chairman Nathan Pe-
Chairman of the Board of Commissioners to serve ters Jr., Commissioners Warren J. Yeager Jr.. Jes-
as an alternate. Commissioner Hammond second- rsi V, Armstrong, Michael L. Hammond and Billy
ed the motion and It passed unanimously. Chair- E. Traylor.
man Yeager returned the chair to Chairman Pe- ,,'rrs pree.i e Cnii Atne> Roh.
ters.' ". er M M:.:.re CClerk Ber,,' >- Lister Chielf Deputy
Courthouse School Board offices: Chair- Cle.k Dug Birr ji,ghrm Deputy Clerk Dehl.e AF b
man Peters passed the chair to Vice-Chairman er JAdn;i,. As, -,Ci.' l Defense Director Larry
Yeager and motioned for the County Attorney to Wells, Building inspector Don Butler, Veteran Sec-
write a letter to the School Board requesting they vices Officer and Public Works Superintendent
vacate the offices in the Courthouse by October 1, Bob Lester.
1993. Commissioner Hammond seconded the mo- m The meeting was called to order at 5:05
tion and it passed unanimously. Chairman Yeager ,' EST
returned the chair to Chairman Peters. pm .
George Tapper Bridge Boat Landing: Adminr Asr Larry Wells opened the meeting
Commissioner Hammond discussed the possibility with prayer and Chairman Peters led the pledge of
of acquiring land at the end of the bridge in High- alleglnce to the flag.
land View. Parks Commssner Childers dis- IEmployees Cathy Collins and Haywood
cussed building a boat ramp and possible dona- Borders: Chairman Peters submitted a letter wrt-
tion of land for that purpose. Chairman Peters ten to Cathy Collins regarding a change in her
asked Mr. Childers to report to the Board at the work schedule. The letter stated effective January
based Meeting. to report, 1993, Ms.. Collins will work Mondays at the
Florida Counties Foundation" Chairman Road Department and Tuesday thru Friday at the
Peters passed the chair to Vice-Chairman Yeager Wetappo LandfilL Chairman Peterr passe the
and notioned that any Commissioner should be chair to, pL..Cha w r, m nYeager and rk ,edied fori
allowed to attend the County Commissioners' Edu- the Board to ap f-,e 1111% new wcik schedule for
cation Program, February 3-5, 1993 In Tallahas- Ms. Calien t part-time employee to workdern Satur-
see. Commissioner Hammond seconded the mo- aNs at the Wetappc, em Landfill. Car rr sid
tion and it passed unanimously. Chairman Yeager.;.., rn .sat' ecotedte Latmotionadfll. Cnmrrtpr.r Ham..
returned the chair to Chairman Peters. ni.i seconJed the motion aid i1 pir-e uIa..t
Florida Panhandle Private Industry Coun- mously. -
ll: Chairman Peters passed the chairtoVice-Courthouse Space: The Board had previ-
Chairman Yeager and motioned to have John .-. 'o) re,gueied each Constitutional Officer to sub-
Reeves serve out the remainder of the term as Isa- it a reuet directly to the Board regarding addl-
bor representative on the Florida Panhandle Pri- uionai Qol ice space Ms. Eda- Ruth Taylor, Tx.
vate Industry CounciL Chairman Peters informed collector, requested additional office spape at the
the Board that Terry Linton had agreed to being Wewahitchka Courthouse. She also stated she.
replaced by Mr. Reeves. Commissioner Hammond need additional office space In the Courthouse
seconded the motion. Commissioner Traylor dis- alorng with easier access to the computer room she
cussed he was contacted by Mr. Terry Lnton the currently shares with the Property Appraiser. Ms.
representative currently servingon the Council He Cora Sue Rcbi-t.n Supervisor of Elections. stated
stated that Mr. Linton felt that Chairman Peters "thai b law she sh,:muld have a fireproof value and
and Mr. Reeves were totally out of order in contact- requested a restr-om She stated she could man-
ing Mr. Lintn at his home asking him to step age with the spate _;he has now but desperately
aside for Mr. Reeves appointment and Commis- needed the other Items. Building Inspector Butler
sloner, Traylor agreed. After discussion, the motion stated he needed additional space to store maps,
passed with Chairman Peters and Commissioners blueprint machine aid file. Mr Kesley; Colbert.
Hammond, Yeager and Armstrong voting yes and Property Appraiser discussed the map room being
CommissionerTraylor voting no. difficult to access and wuiild like to Incorporate it
Permit Oil Drilling: Attorney Moore stated into his office. Mr. Benny C. Lister, Clerk, present-
that he wanted to.bring to the attention of the ed a written request staying he needs 1090 sq. ft.
Board a letter regarding off shore drilling. The of additional space Just to house documents he
Board requested Mr. Moore write a letter stating currently has along with. an additional 1000 sq. ft.
the Board s opposlUon to offshore drilling. to house new paperwork that will be generated
Salary Inc ease Building Department: over. the next five years. Mr. Roy Lee Carter.
Building Inspector Butler requested a salary ad- County Extension Agent, stated he would be will
Justment for Dan Clifford and Sandy Douds. Comn- Ing to relocate his offices to the Old Courthouse in
missioner Hammond motioned to increase Dan Wewahltchlka provided he Is given the same ac-
Clifford and Sandy Douds salary by 10% effective commcodauons he cunently has in the Port St. Joe
January 1, 1993. Commissioner Yeager seconded Courthouse. Ma Caner asked what the time frame
the motion and It passed unanimously. would be aid Chairman. Peters stated after talking
There being no further business: and upon with the Chairman of the School Board, that the
motion bh Commissioner Traylor. second by Cornm- Board would grant an extension to the request
missioner Yeager the meeting did then adjourn m asking the School Bpard Lto acate their offices Oc- i
NATHAN PETERS. JR.. VICE- CHAIRMAN tober 1. 1993 bv six months. if the School Board
ATTE-.W BENNY C. IS ~IER CLERK appropriated funds for a new building Chainnan
TES BENNY C. CLER Peters stated the Board will hold wo..knhops with
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMSSIONERS all the Constiruonal Officers aid Bnulding inspec-.
DECEMBER 28. 1992 tor Butler to accommodate everva.e's needs i11 the
The Gulf County Board of County Commis. best manner possible The Board thanked every-
stoners met this date in special session with the one for their attendance
following members present Chairman Nathan Pe. Accept Proposals for County Attorney:
ters Jr.. Commissioners Warren J. Yeager Jr. Jes. Pursuait to ad'ertisenment to receive sealed propo-
sites Armstrong.rMichael L Hamrmond and Billy sals for Count Attontey. the Ifollowli g proposals
FE Traylor were received.
O. ers present were: CoTntyyr AttorneyRob J. Patrick Flo)d. PA.
ther presefDnt wCere: Coun Aorny Rob. Robert M Moore. Anorne
er Moore. Chief Depubt Clerk Doug Biridngham. The proposals were tabled for review by the
Deputy Clerk Debbe Wbberg and Building Ispec Review Committee previously appointed by the
tor Don Butler Board with their first workshop to be held Jaui.ary
The meeting was called to order at 5:31 p.m. 5, 1993
Exterior Masonry Bid Courthouse
Comrrmssioner Michael L. Hammond opened (0293-015): Building Inspector Butler requested
the meeting with prayer and Chairman Peters led that this bid be tabled for lnuriher review null the
the pledge of allegiance to the flag. next regular Bod meetnlg The Brd had ie ob.
Personnel: Commissioner Traylor discussed net regul Bod meeg The Bord hod ob
the recent decision by the Board to have David e highland View Water System:sCo"n "is"
Green work alternate Saturdays with Cathy Col. sooner Hammond discussed mat th e irmpeller it
Uns. He noted that Mr. Green had been employed is soil not working and noted Ralph Rish will s,ib-
longer and that it was unfair to askhr, to work a report at the next regular Board meeting
Saturday. Commssloner Traylor statedthat In allSway Car Rental: Chairman Peters dis-
fairness Ms. Collins should be called into the shop cussed the eed for Say Cars Commissioner
and questioned about herabilities to handle cer Yege discussed charong a nomhadi fee for re--
rain positilons in the shop. Chairman Peters stated deae customers and a tondduonal charge- ior
he stood behind the Board s original decision and commercial accounts plus tomiage The Board dlis.
felt that they had made the correct choice. Com- crossed providing a list to anyoi.e ret.ung a sway
missioner Traylor motioned to have David Gray car of the items that can or ca.Ulot be disposed of.
work the alternate Saturdays in lieu of Mr. Green Commissioner Hammnond discussed providing ex-
Commissioner Armstrong seconded the moon foorfor cenahl, ldlmid,ials. Chairman Peters
discussion and noted that he had spoken with Mr. and Commissioner Traylor stated that u, all flat
Gray, who felt he was unqualified to handle the ness. exemptions cannot be allowed After discus
position. Commissioner Armstrong withdrew his ,- .sloq. ommLssoner YWager motioned to charge
secdihd Commissioner Traylor mooned ,to havw 4 e.denmali customers $10 00 per day and $25.00
.jrd Jones recalled to work the alternate Satuj eI c er u pey"
SeCommissioner Hjmond second aid c mrerclal citc'mrs $10.00 pert
don for discussion. Comiiner Hammond dis- "rdaynaas toimage. cbrr urissoiier Traylor seconded
cussed the mpracticaltyof hiring someone bac the moutos The rnosioi.passed with Chairman Pe-
for one day. He stated he had reviewed the file con- ters and Commissioners leaer. Traylor, Arm-
cernimng Ms. Collins and felt she would have never strong voting yes and Commissioner Hammond
taken the position under the present cireumatanc- voting lo.
es Commissioner Yeager stated he was seeking Maintenance Department Payroll Adjust-
Smea Increase Steve Mart Commissiner Ham-
the best alternative to the situation but questioned mand mocIohed to increase Steve Mork's salary ii
bringing soreone back on a part time basis to $1000 per hour Comirs-laoer nrayl.:r secoided
work one day. After discussion. Commissioner the motion for discussion Mr Traylor'discssed
Hammond withdrew his second. The motion died that Mr. Mark had received can increase in Mauch
or lack of second View Water ystem: Comms- 1992 and another Increase in October 1992 Ldia
stoner Hand Vnotew Wthater S the impeller motors- averaged to 11% in less than a year. After discus-
sioner Hammond noted that the impeller motor ; silon. Commrssloter Traylor withdrew his second.
pan had still not been received for the water tower sThe moon died foer Trlack of awitdrew his second.
at Highland View The Board discussed seeking ac- Th Resoluto n i Dforu Free Wo rk Plae: Uonecond.
don if the part was not received by the next regu. Resolution Drug Free Work Place: Upona
lar meeting. motion by Commissioner Traylor, second by Com-
Christmas Party: Chairman Peters dis. missionerr Yeager, and unanimous vote, the Board,
cussed that each department had their own adopted Resoluua,. No 93e01
Chnstmas Parti. and he felt that it would be best if The meeting eces.ed6 at G00 p.in EST
the Board oversaw the party ith the future vwiLth ee- The meeting recoi,,eted a 0G20 p it, r.. EST
one parucipadng together. He requested that Personnel Policy: CrlaiL.a, Petes passed
Commissioner Hammond contact all Department the chair to Vice-.Chairman Yeager and motiotied
Heads and Consttutional Officers and review their hat the Board adpt the following a penannt
Input regarding this matter. He also suggested part of the personnel policy. :. .
that the Party be alternated between the cities of r At) Board member mist adminulter a vork
Wewa and Port SL Joe request or assignment to the in t.e..itte .spei-lor-
A soil test could spell the dif-
ference between success and fail-
ure for those planning to plant a[
spring vegetable garden. All too
often, gardeners assume an appli-
cation of fertilizer and a helping
of lime is just what the doctor or-
dered for a beautiful harvest. This
might be the case for some gar-
dens. But, for others those steps,
could lead to trouble and unnec-
essary expense, A soil test is the,
only way'to determine your gar-
den'S exact needs.
A soil test can be an invalua-
ble guide for home vegetable gar-
deners. It will indicate the soil's
content of available nitrogen;,
phosphorus, potassium. calcium
and magnesium. The test will
also determine the soils pH, the
degree of acidity or alkalinity. By
analyzing the results, a soil tech-
nologist can recommend the lim-
ing and fertilizing practices that
will produce the best growing
and not to the iididual employee
Corrrrmisiojer Traylcr sec,,rdeJ the motion
a. id it passed i'ajiiir.ously %ile..Chajmrn", Yeager
returned the chair to Chairman Peters.
Workshop Road Department and Mosqui-
to Control Supervisors: Commissioner Yeager
discussed having a workshop with supervisors of
the Road Department and Mosquito Control to set
guidelines or persoi.i.el Chal mrnaa Peters dis-
cussed havoig use workshop after the Janimr-j 12
1993 regular meeting The Board dL-.tdis-ed the
current inlull ineg,tilatoias Ch3irmani Peters sta
ed that the contract will be Ji-cissed at the leg.-
lar meeting Instead of a special meetuli for rhee
public s behellt Admitn Asst. Wells ditiscu ed trat
there are five nems contested on the ccnitct
which will be discussed at the iegiflar mrreeiung ai
January 12. 1993
There bemgi no tiilther Ibnsusess and i.,oi,
motioi by Conmimioiioner Yeager, seciid ly Cc.
missiuner Hanmmond the nieeunui did tihein ad
NATHAN PETERS. JR. ICE- CHAIRMAN
ATTEST BENNY C LISTER. CLERK
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
JANUARY 6. 1993
The'Gulf County Board of County Commis-
sioners met this date in special session uith the
following members present Chairman Nathan Pe-
ters Jr., Commissioners Warren J. Eager Jr., Jes-
sie V. Armstrong, and Michael LI Hammond. Com-
missioner Billy E Traylor was absent.
Others present were. County Attorney Rob.
ert M. Moore. Clerk Benny C. Lister. Deputy Clerk
DebbeWlbbergand Admin AssL/Ci l defense DI
rector Larry Wells. ."" .
T.e mereung was called .Itoory.Gr -al 4.47
Willamnburg-Methodist Hill aEetr and
Sewer Project: Upon motion by Commissioner
Hammond, second .by Commissioner Yeager and
unanimous vote, the following Items were ap-
proved for payment from the CDBG grant funds.
Julian Webb & Assoc. $1,700.00 Admin.
Rish & Gibson $250.00 Legal Services
Julian Webb & Assoc. $287.00 Telephonic,
Sheriff' Bond Approval: Upon motion by
Commissioner, Hammond, second by Commission-
er Yeager and unanimous vote, the Board ap-
proved and signed a bond for the Sheriff in the
amount of $10,000.00.
White City Fire Department: Upon motion
by Commissioner Hammond, second by Commis-.
sloner Yeager. and unanimous vote. the Board
agreed to advertise for bids for a roc.f for the White
City Fire Department Building.
There being no further business and upon
".motion by Commissioner Hammond, second by
Commisi6loner Armstrcng, the meeting did then
NATHAN PETERS, JR., VICE- CHAIRMAN
ATIEST: BENNY C. LISTER, CLERK ,1
The first step is taking a sam-
ple,, which is relatively easy.
Check with your. County Exten-
sion office concerning sampling
bags, tools, and testing services.
Using a sampling auger, or a
shovel, take cores of soil six inch-
es deep from at least 15 different
spots in your'garden. Avoid unu-
sual areas, such as wet spots and
burn, piles. Thoroughly mix these
cores together to make one repre-
sentative sample. Place the mix-
ture in a sampling bag, complete
the accompanying information
sheet and place in box, and deliv-
er the sample for testing.
The soil pH. Indicated by the
test, will determine the need for
lime. Most vegetables grow best
in a soil with a pH between 5.5
and 6.5, a. level that's slightly
acid, or "sour". A pH of 7.0 is
neutral. 7.1 or above is alkaline,
or "sweet". If a test indicates your
garden is too acid, the: laboratory
probably will recommend an ap-
plicatlon of lime to reduce soil
Carefully follow the laborato-
ry's recommendations concerning
the amount of lime to add. Too
much may be just as bad as too
little. Be- sure you allow enough
time to add the lime before plant-
ing. Dolomite is a good liming,
agent. But, because it reacts-
slowly. it should be applied two
or three months prior to planting.
If you're In a hurry, use hydrated
lime. It can be applied-only two
weeks before planting, provided
It's thoroughly mixed with the
Although a soil test provides
vital information on fertilization
and liming, there's a lot it won't
reveal. For example, a soil -test
doesn't show the presence of in-
sects, nematodes, or disease or-
ganisms. It .cannot determine
whether your garden is too wet or
too dry. So. it's .ju.st part. of a
sound management.'program. You
also must choose the proper crop
varieties, buy good seed, plant at
the right time, water properly,
and control pests and diseases.
Reviewing briefly, a soil test.
will indicate the relative amounts
of, nitrogen, phosphorus, potas-
sium, calcium, and magnesium
in your garden plot, as well as the
pH level. You can use this infor-
mation to determine how much, of
a particular analysis fertilizer,
Sand the quantity of lime, if any,
to apply. Taking a soil ample is a
simple process you can perform
yourself, with advice from your
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THE STAR. PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, JAN. 28, 1993
Doctor's 1991 'Plymouth Lasar.
Iw mileage, extra sporty car. Excel-
lent shape, 30 mph. $9,900 obo. 229-
8221 days, 229-8518 nights.
1990 Geo Storm. Take over pay-
ments. No equity. Call 227-7313.
1971 Nova, runs great, but,has'
Georgia title. Will sell cheap. Call
647-3223. Itc 1/28
\ 1987 Ford Escort Hatchbaclk, 4
speed, air cond., roof rack, 4 door, 1
owner, $2,500.00. 648-8782. ,
1976 Chrysler New Yorker, new
engine, etc. Runs great, $2,300.00.
229-8142. 3tc 1/28
1972 Concord motor home, good
for. campsite!' New air refrigerator -
tizrst Runs fairly $1,200 or trade for
good car or van. Evenings, 229-6933.
; 1975 Pontiac, runs,, $200. Small, "
low, utility trailer. Evenings, 229-
69033. Itp 1/28
DROOPY CAR & TRUCK
$69.95 Most Cars
Oakley's Cars & Trucks
Corner 2nd Ave. & Madison St., Oak Grove
15' tri-hull -walk through wind-
shield, bimini top, 70 hp Evinrude,
galv. trailer, accessories, turn key,
$2,500. 229-8416 day, or 647-8054.
42 ft. Hdiuseboli'f,' l Fi p John-
son, air cond.,- hot, water heat.'- sh6w-
er, VHF radio, hydraulic steering.
5,500 watt generator, sleeps 6, see at
Breakaway Motel- & Marina, Apalachi-
cola or call (904) 653-8941 for addi-
tional information. Price $15,000.00.
FOR RENTFH WANRS AL
One bedroom cottage, Indian
Pass Beach, $300 month. Call 647-
8415. ltp 1/21
For Rent: 3 bdrm., 2 bath mobile
home at Oversireet on 1 1/4 acres,
centra heat & window a/c. 229-8267.
1 One furnished trailer and 2 trail-
erilots in Highland, View. Call 227-
1260. I tfc 1/28
Gulf view, near Port St. Joe. Fur-
nished 2 story A-frame, 3 bdrm., .2
bath, deluxe master suite with 5 ft.
Jacu~zzi tub. ISease required. 229-
8084 or 404-26-8241. tfc 1/21
House for rent, Mexico Beach.
Winter rates, 2 bd, 1 1/2 bath fur-
nished, great view, across street frorr
beach. $45b month, utility included
,except phone. Deposit required. No
pets. 229-6553.. 3tc 1/14
Liberty Manor Apts., 800 Tap- v
per Dr., Port St. .Joe. Affordable
housing for the elderly and the
Cen. h &a, laundry facilities, en-
ergy efficient const., handicapped
equipped apts., available. Stove & re-
frig. frn.,, fully carpeted, 1 bdrm.,
apts., on-site manager. -
Equal Opportunity Housing
Complex. Rent is based on income.
This comRlex Is funded by the
Farmers Home Administration and
managed by Advisors Realty.
Call 229-6533 for more informa-
NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS
Newly remodeled 4 bdrm., 3
bath, LR, DR, den & deck, 1607 Mon-
ument Ave. $750 month plus 1
month security deposit. Interested
parties only call collect 404-995-
7049, ask for Tim. tfc 1/7
Mobile home lot approx. 46-90 ft.
$72 month includes water & garbage
collection fee. Rustic Sands Camp-
ground, Mexico Beach. 648-5229.
Mobile home in St Joe Beach. 2
bdrm. 14'x60' $275 month. Call 648-
5323. tfc 1/7
Small two bedroom trailer. Also 3
bedroom trailer. Deposit, no pets.
648-8211;. : ,' tfc 1/7
._-.For, rent *or sale: Beautiful 3
bdrm. 2 bath home on Country Club
golf course. Call 229-2783. tfc 1/7
Mexico Beach, Mobile home and
r.v. spaces for rent, $65 month. Call
648-5659. tfc 1/7
Nice one, two & three bedroom,
apartments. Cen. h&a, stove & frost-
free refrigerator, playground available
with parents' supervision. Laundry
rm. provided. Rent determined by in-
come. Handicap units available. Pine
Ridge Apartments, 227-7451. Equal
Housing. ifc 1/7
OFFICE SPACE. Call George
Duren at 229-6031 and leave mes-
sage. tfc 1/7
Mobile home lots for rent, located
in Mexico Beach. 648-5476.
* Large 2 bdrm. house, stove & re-
frig., cen. h&a, screen porch, car-
port & laundry rm.
* Large 2 bedroom apartment, stove
& refrig., washer/dryer hook-utp.
* New extra Ig. 3 bdrm. house, 1 1/2
ba., inside laundry rm, ch&a, dish-
washer & stove, fully carpeted; No
* Small 2 bdrm. home, auto. heat &
air, washer/dryer hook-up.'
* One bedroom apartment, washer/
Call 229-6777 after 7 p.m.
Warehouses, small and large,
some with office,' suitable for small
business, 229-6200. tfc 1/7
No need for wet carpets. Dry
clean them with HOST. Use rooms
right away. Rent machine. St. Joe
Furniture, 227-1251. thru 12/92
The Phantry Hotel, Rooms Pri-:
vate baths or dormitory style. Daily or
weekly rates. Will renovate to your
taste for lease. 302 Reid Ave., Port St.
Joe, FL 229-8723. tfc 1/7
Exclusive Office Space
2 story, 410 Long Avenue
(adjacent to Citizens Federal)
Port St. Joe
I ARG S A LEA
Two familygarage sale: Saturday.
Jan. 30. Baby items, children's &'
adult"c16thes'8:0o 12-? 00 l03 16th
Si. NO EARLY SALES. "'
Garage Sale Saturday: Sectinal
couch $100; recliner $15; Twin cano-
py bed'w/mattress $50; toys, clothes
& misc. No early birds. 8 a.m. 12
noon.' 1609 Palm Blvd. 827-2754.
Bay St. Joseph Care Center, Cer-
tified nursing assistant positions
available. Nursing assistant positions
also available (no experience neces-
sary we offer training and certifica-
tion). 229-8244. tfc 1/7
POSTAL JOBS: $11,41/hr. to
start, plus benefits. Postal carriers,
sorters, clerks, maintenance. For an
application and exam information,
call 1-219-736-4715, dxt. P2334. 9
am to 9 pm, 7 days. 4tp 1/28
Sharp stereo with remote control,
120 watts, dual cassette, am/fm, twin
table & 2 speakers,. excel. cond.,
$150. 1 man's & 1 girls 10 speed
bikes, look great, $50 each. Call 227-
1688 between 6 & 8 p.m.
Antique full size iron bed, $250.
30 gal. aquarium with stand, $100.
Call 229-6336 after 5:00.
Rocker/recliner, good condition,
rust color. Call after 5:00 p.m., 229-
6671. Itp 1/28
Like new Simplicity 5500 upright
commercial vacuum cleaner. Also
hose & attachments & several extra
bags. $100. Call 229-8978 after 5
p.m. It 1/28
Four burner, R.V. stove with
oven, $25. Beige recliner in very good
condition, $35. 647-8126.
Good color TV's, 19" $75; 13"
$55; black and white $20. Console
$125. Sell your broken stuff to Jim,.
647-3116' ltc 1/28
Trestle dark wood table & 6
chairs, 72"x36". $175. Call 229-8649.
BAHAMA CRUISE 5 days/4
nights, Underbookedl Must Sell!
$249/Couple. Limited tickets. (407)
767-8100, ext. 2269, Mon.-Sat., 9 am
- 9 pm. 4tp 1/28
Large dresser with mirror,
blonde, like new; platform rocker. Call
648-4021. 2tc 1/21
Attention Attention Atten-
tion: Lawn service & tractor work, B
& J Enterprise, reasonable rates. Call
827-2805 or 827-2876. 52)p 1/7
'69 22' Terry travel trailer,
$1,095; pickup camper, large fair
cond., $550. old IHC' farm tractor
model FC, $995. 648-5659.
Firewood, $50 per truckload. Call
227-2112 or 648-5628 after p.m.
Port St. Joe Western Auto now
honoring entire Panama City West-
ern Auto company store advertised
sale prices. 227-1105, 219 Reid
Ave. tfc 1/7
Western Auto Special. Computer
spin balance 4 tires and tire rotation.
$19.95. 227-1105. tfc 1/7
To buy or sell Avon call Sarah
Kemp at 229-6495 after 5 p.m. or
weekends. tfc 1/7
Electrolux and all other vacu-
ums, repairs and sales, bags, any-
thing for any vacuum and any central
built-in vac's. Callaway Vacuum, Tyn-
dall Parkway, near Hwy. 22, Panama
City, FL 32404. 763-7443.
pd. thru 9/1/93
Port St. Joe Western Auto now
honoring .Panama City Western Auto
Co. store advertised tire sale prices.
Sears Card now at Port SL Joe West-
ern Auto. Discover TOO! Also Com-
puter Wheel Alignment. 227-1105.
FREE: Eight lesson Bible study.
Postage and envelope supplied.
Send request to Bible Study, P. 0.
Box 758, Port St. Joe, FL 32456.
old black la
For internal parasites, tender-
pads, and ear problems, ask
LAWN & GARDEN, 229-2727
about TRIVERMICIDE, PAD-
KOTE, MITEX & EAR CANKER
POWDER. Available O-T-C.
Want to Buy: Used late model
standard size pickup truck with auto-
matic transmission, preferably Ford
or Chevy. Call 648-,5162.
Wanted: House to be moved.
Bright & cheerful block home in
nice area. I block off beach, 2 bdrm.,
2 1/2 tile bath, 2 car garage, open
floor plan, king size master bdrm., Ig.
screen porch, all top of the line appli-
ances Included. $91,500. 648-8782.
1/2 acre fenced on cul-de-sac. 3
bdrm., I bath. central'heat & air. car-
'pet, fans & blinds, interior upgraded,
near, boat ramp for excel. fishing.
Great for retirement or -young family.
Owner helps with closing. 827-7375.
Lot at Ward Ridge, less than val-
ue price. Call 229-6456. 3tc 1/28
1017 Marvin Ave. 3' bdrm., 2'
ba. masonry houe on nice 90'x150',
shaded lot Cen. h&a, liv. rm., Ig. den
w/fireplace, screened in porch, fenced
o a good home: 9 month in back yard with block storage nbldg.
.b mix,male. Has had all Appliances including refrig., dish-
'-7301 day or night washer; clothes washer, microwave,
Itp 1/28 and 2 hot water heaters, $57,500.00.
229-6642 nights or 227-7200 days.
Ar-- 1or a co .. ai-cr uo.
LOOKing for a cold weather aog
food without spending a fortune? Ask
BARFIELD LAWN & GARDEN 229-
2727 about HAPPY JACK HI-ENERGY
DOG FOOD. .Specifically formulated
for hunting dogs & growing pups.
HAPPY 'JACK TRIVERMICIDEi
Recognized safe & effective against'
hook, round & tapeworms in dogs &
cats. Available O-T-C at Barfield's
Lawn & Garden, 229-2727.
3 bedroom, 1 1/2 bath home,
cen. h/a, appliances, fenced back
yard on corner lot, 1 block from ele-
mentary school. 2102 Cypress Ave.
Call 205-793-7833. 4tc 1/14
House and 2 lots, Highland View,
2nd St. Chain link'fence. 229-6694
229-7247. tfc 1/7
1/2 acre lot on beautiful Chipola
River, clear, ready for building. Call
(904) 762-8597 after 5 p.m.
Port St. Joe Lodge No. 1l1
'.w r Reg. Stated Communication
V 1st and 3rd Thursday ofeach
month, 8:00 p.m., Masonic Hall, 214
Donald Scott, W.M.
Fred Nehrings, Sec. .;t
C. R. SMITH & SON,
Backhoe work, dozer work, root
rake, front-end loader, lot clearing,
septic tanks,. drain fields, fill dirt.
Rt. 2, Box A1C. Port St. Joe
We Buy, Pawn, Sell or Trade
Indian Swamp Campground
Hwy. C-387, Howard Creek
Good Work Doesn't Cost, It-Pays
ST. JOE Pays
TREE AND /
Bush Chipping, Stump Grinding
Rt. 2 Box 73D Port St. Joe,
With A Smile, Inc. Affordable. I
can clean your house fdr as little as
$20.00 a week, windows too! Will do
yard work and painting. 20 years ex-
perience. Call mid day, 229-8367.
: Is the outside of your mobile
home or RV dirty? We'll make it
shine for only $30.00. Call D.W. 229-
178 or 647-8543 leave message.
JOHN F. LAW
26 Years of Experience
Injuries and Accidents.
No charge for first conference.
7229 Deer Haven Road, P.C. tIe /7
Tax Returns A Specialty
224 Reid Ave.
Port St. Joe
& Income Tax
Wauneta Brewer St. Joe Beach
Maddox Construction Company
RG 0062723 Mobile Phone 227-5100
Additions & Remodeling WE BUILD TO LAST
All Your Building Needs A LIFETIME!
For Free Estimates, Call 229-8050 tc 1/7
ER0010992 Electrical Installation
GARRY'S ELECTRICAL SERVICE, INC.
P. 0. Box 13187 Ph. (904) 648-5474
1106 15th Street Air Conditioning and Refrigeration
Mexico Beach, FL 32410 ffc 1/7 Installation and Service
LIC # RF0051042
FREE ESTIMATES RG 0051008
JOHNNY MIZE PLUMBING
PLUMBING CONTRACTOR NEW CONSTRUCTION REPAIRS
REMODELING RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL
INSTALLATION OF WATER LINES AND SEWER LINES
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA tfc 1/7 904/229-6821
Sewing and alterations, drapes.
complete outfits, repairs. Also cus-
tom fit sofa and chair slip covers.
Call Daisy at Aline's 229-6600 or
227-7193. tfc 1/7
Cuts, Color, Frosting, Perms
Betty's Beauty Salon
"A Family Salon"
311 Madison St. Betty Heath
Oak Grove Owner/Mgr.
ST. JOE RENT-ALL, Inc.
706 1st St. 227-2112
S New Construction
T Licensed & Insured
C ffc 1/7
Kevin O'Neill, Owner 229-8635
LAWN & GARDEN
Small Engine Repair
Weed Eaters '-
Chain Saws i
"* Generators .
T Tillers -
328 Reid Ave.
Port St. Joe tfc 1/7
COSTIN INSURANCE AGENCY
All Forms of Insurance
322 Reid Ave., Port St. Joe
service now offered by
BARFIELD LAWN & GAR-
T.L.C. Lawn Service
All Types of Yard Work '
Mowing, Raking, Trimming,
Weeding, Clean Outs
and Roof Sweeping.
Reasonable Monthly or
Seasonal Rates Available.
Call 229-6435 tfc 1/7.'
BOB'S PAINT &
29 Continuous Years of
Automotive Body Repair
Rebuild Wrecks Body
& Window Work
Expert Automotive Painting
FREE ESTIMATES on Your Body Work
See or Call BOB HEACOCK
Baltzell Ave. Phone 227-7229
SSt. Joe Rent-All, Inc.
Smaji Engine Repairs
Factory Warranty Center
i Chain saws
-. *Engine Sales
706 1st St.-S.t. Joe
e 1 I
American Legion Bingo Thurs-
day night, 7:30 p.m. Cash prizes.
Early bird 5:00 p.m. Meetings 1st
Monday of each month, 8:00 p.m.
CATHERINE L. COLLIER
Independent Sales Representative
211 Allen Memorial Way Port St. Joe
(904) 229-6460 ic 1/7
STUTZMAN CONST. CO.
All Types Roofing and Remodeling
30 years experience
Lic. #RB0030039, RC 0038936
"Where Quality Is Higher
St. Joe Rent-All, Inc.
706 1st St.
Port St. Joe Serenity Group
Open Meetings: Sunday 4:00 p.m.
Tuesday, 8:00 p.m.
Thursday, 8:00 p.m.
Sunday 4:00 p.m. & Tuesday 8:00
All meetings at St. James
Episcopal Church, all times eastern
For further AA information
S Call 648-8121.
Save on Your
SEARS IS AS CLOSE AS
.u1g/- > N
Sears Catalog Sales
MICHAEL KILBOURN, Owner
410 Reid Ave. c 1/7
Harmon's Heavy Equipment Co.
Specializing In Black Top Soil
BULL DOZERS BACKHOES LOADERS
TRACTORS DUMP TRUCKS
648-8924 or 648-5767 if no answer tc 1/7
Hot Tar ROOFING
Re-Roofing Free Estimates
647-3219 > '>
CIS "The Beaches"
Eddie "Smarter Than Water? ,1/7 Lydia
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SHRS Issues Mercury PUBLIC NOTICES...
The Florida Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services (HRS),
The Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission (GFWFC), and the Depart-
ment of Environmental Regulation (DER) have jointly announced a mer-
cury health advisory for 32 Florida waterways which includes the Dead
Lakes, St. Vincent Wildlife Refuge in Calhoun and Gulf counties, Crooked
River and Apalachicola River in Franklin County.
The advisory urges limitations on the consumption of largemouth
bass, as well as bowfish mudfishh) and gar because they accumulate mer-
cury in the same way as largemouth bass.
"Mercury is easily absorbed by humans when they eat contaminated
fish," sated HRS Deputy Secretary for Health and State Health Officer Dr.
Charles S. Mahan. "Eating mercury contaminated fish on a regular basis
can cause toxic effects to the central nervous system. Children and preg-
nant and nursing wonien are at the greatest risk."
Dr. Mahan added that fish caught from streams containing an aver-
age of 0.5 ppm of mercury should not be consumed more than once per
week by adults or more than once per month by women of childbearing
age or children. The advisory recommends that fish having less than 0.5
ppm of mercury represents no dietary risk and fish containing 0.5 ppm
to 1.5 ppm should be consumed only in limited amounts. None of the wa-
ter bodies covered by the advisory were found to be at the level of mercu-
ry contamination where :no consumption of bass is advised; problems of
that severity remain essentially limited to the Everglades.
This advisory brings to 68 the total number of Florida waterways un-
der a health advisory for mercury. Forty-seven waterways have been
identified as having less than 0.5 ppm of mercury and are acceptable for
unrestricted consumption of largemouth bass and other fish.
The tests are conducted by measuring mercury in the edible part of
Fish tested in the Dead Lakes contained an average 0.91 ppm while
Crooked River fish contained an average of 0.80 ppm.,Apalachicola River
fish contained an average 0.47 ppm. St. Vincent Island fish contained an
average of 0.22 ppm.
The advisory is part of the effort of the state's Mercury in Fish and
Wildlife Task Force and the agencies on that task force. The task force
has been working towards testing the mercury status of Florida waters
and listing mercury advisories for water bodies in the state. Other re-
search is being sponsored by the task force, the U.S. Environmental Pro-
tection Agency, and the utility industry to find the sources of mercury in
Florida's environment and solutions to the problems.
New 3 bdrm., 2 ba. home, 1400
ft. heat/cooled, on beautiful Chipola
River, Ig. deck, dock on river, 2 car
carport, 100 ft. waterfront. Applianc-
es, owner financing with down pay-
ment. Call 904-762-8597 after 5 p.m.
1310 Palm Blvd. 2 bedroom
frame house, Ig. country kitchen &
appliances. Cen. heat, window air,
ceiling fans, like new washer & dryer,
dinette, china cabinet, couch, chair,
curtains & blinds included, $29,500.
Call 639-2541 after 5 p.m. tfc 1/7
For Sale White City, Hwy. 71. 3
bedroom, 2 bath, brick home on 4.5
acres, pond. Call 229-8735 after 5:
p.m. tfc 1/7
2.73 acres at Sunshine 'Farms,
Ove'rstreet. Partially- cleared corner
acreage. P 5.000 .ngota e.,g B.
Given..227-1467 after 6.pim. ...-c 6/18
Nice 3 bedroom 1 bath home, has
cen. heat & air, new cabinets. 206
10th St. Call 229-6055 for more infor-
mation. tfc 1/7
By Richard Miller
*Tires that run 50 to 200 miles"
,even when they are flat have
been announced by major tire
makers. The new products
have sidewalls that are 50 per-
cent thicker to help support the
weight when the tire deflates.
One type would require special
*A lingering odor of gasoline in
the car is a sign of trouble;
don't ignore it. Check for leaks
and make sure wiring is proper-
ly insulated. A leaking fuel
pump diaphragm could spray
fuel on a hot exhaust manifold.
*When a car and a large truck
have an accident, it's the car
that's going to be damaged, the
car driver who will be hurt. Of
every 48 fatalities in such a
.crash, 47 are car drivers or
*Get more miles to the gallon
by lightening the load. Clean
out unnecessary items from the
trunk and interior. Every extra
100 pounds carried is worth
half a mile per gallon.
*New-Used Cars: Get more
miles to the gallon with a su-
perbly engineered car by the
118 Market Street
Service and Sales
Come in for a test drive.
LOTS FOR SALE-On Cemetery
Road, 1 mile off Overstreet Road, 9
miles south of Wewa. Owner financ-
ing. Call 229-6961. tfc 1/7
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR GULF COUNTY,
FILE NUMBER 93-3
IN RE: ESTATE OF
FRANCES MOORE VANN.
-NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the estate of FRANCES
MOORE VANN, deceased. File Number 93-3, is
pending In the Circuit Court for Gulf County, Flor-
Ida. Probate Division, the address of which is Gulf
County Courthouse, 1000 Fifth Street, Port St.
Joe, Florida 32456. The names and addresses of
the personal representative and the personal rep-
resentative's attorney are set forth below.
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE NOTI-
All persons on whom this notice is served
who have objections that challenge the validity of
the will, the qualifications of the personal repre-
sentative, venue, or jurisdiction of this Court are
required to file their objections with this Court
WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF /
SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All creditors of the decedent and other per-
sons having claims or demands against decedent's
estate on whom a copy of this notice is served
within three months after the date of the first pub-
lication of this notice must file their claims with
this Court WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUB-
LICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS AND OBJEC-
TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER
The date of the first publication of this Notice
Is January 21. 1993.
Melissa Vann Oliver
RFD Route 4. Box 150
Dadeville, Alabama 36853
Attorney for Personal Representative:
Charles A. Costin. Esq.
413 Williams Avenue
Post Office Box 98
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
Florida Bar No.: 699070
Publish: January 21, 28, February 4 and 11,
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned
persons) Intend to register with the State of Flori-
da the fictitious name or trade name under which
they will be engaged In business and In which said
business Is to be carried on, to-wit: .
COMPANY NAME: ANCHOR REALTY & MORT-
GAGE COMPANY OF CAPE SAN BLAS
LOCATION: 212 Franklin Blvd., St. George Island,
ADDRESS: 212 Franklin Blvd., St. George Island,
OWNERS: ANCHOR REALTY & MORTGAGE COM-
PANY OF ST. GEORGE ISLAND
Publish: January 28, 1993.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTEENTH JUDI-
CIAL CIRCUITOF THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR GULF COUNTY .
CASE NO. 92-244
ASSOCIATES FINANCE, INC.,
rSTEVEN KEITH THOMAS and wife, YVONNE RE-
NEE THOMAS and KATHY L RIDLEY,
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the under-
signed. Clerk. of the Circuit Court of Gulf County.
Florida, pursuant to the Final Summary Judgment
of mortgage foreclosure entered in this Cause, will
Calendar of Events
for Port St. Joe High'
"Parents of Port St. Joe High School students are asked to please clip
and save the following Calendar of Events for February and March.
February 4 Representative from Bethune Cookman at
I February 4-5 Science Fair
IFebruary 6 ACT given at Bay High School.
I February 8,, Representative from Troy State at PSJHS
I February 9 School Spelling Bee
February 11 Representatives from GCCC at PSJHS
February 15-16 Teacher Inservice (Student Holiday).
February 19 Deadline for juniors and seniors to register for
the SAT to be given at Bay High School on
February 23 Financial Aid Workshop 6:30 p.m., PSJHS Media
Center, Parents of seniors planning to file for fi-
nanclal aid are encouraged to attend. Parents at-
tending earn 5 Gulf County Scholarship points
February 26 Report Cards distributed.
March 3 County Spelling Bee
March 4 Health Fair, 6:00 9:00 p.m.
March 5 Deadline for Juniors and seniors to register for
the ACT to be given at PSJHS on April 3
March 11-12 Teacher Inservice (Student Holiday)
March 15 OPEN HOUSE FOR PARENTS OF 8TH GRAD-
ERS, 6:00 p.m., MEDIA CENTER
March 17-18 Register 8th grade
March 22-23 Register 9th grade
March 24-25 Register 10th grade
March 26 Deadline for juniors and seniors to register for I
the SAT to be given at PSJHS on May 1
March 27 SAT given at Bay High School
Parents of seniors planning to file for financial aid are reminded to
file your income tax earlylll
If you have any questions, please contact Carolyn Rish or Cindy Be-
lin at 229-8813.
Country living overlooking We-
tappo Creek, 3 bdrm., 2 ba. 1500 sq.
ft living space. 26'x56' mobile home,
15x26' grand room, ch&a, fireplace, 2
car garage, 2 until. bldg., 2 covered
porches, one 14'x26' open deck,
swinmiing pool w/privacy fence,
beautiful landscaped on two 1/2 acre
lots with c/l fence. $56,500. Call 648-
5323 for appt. tfc 1/7
50x150 lot w/2 BR, 14x60 MH
and all improvements. $21,500.
Americus St., St. Joe Beach. Financ-
ing Available. Call 648-5323.
For Sale by Owner: Furnished 2
bdrm. house on Burgess Creek. Lot
size 86'x350', from Magnolia Road to
Creek. private.boat landing. Cen. heat
and elec. appliances. Large screened
in back porch. $28,500. Call 904-
648-5190, some owner financing.
3 bedroom, 1 bath home in
Howard Creek, $30,000.00
2 bedroom, 1 bath with den.in
Mexico Beach, $89,000.00.
1/2 Duplex on water, end of
Santa Anna St., $115,000.00.
107 Jackson St. Oak Grove,-
1004 ,Garrison Ave., 2 bed-
rooms, 1 bath.den,
Sunshine Farms acres, dou-
blewide, 3 bedrooms, 2 bath,
113 Pelican Walk NEW 3 bed-
room, 2 bath, completely fur-
First St., Very nice 2 bedroom,
1 bath home in Mexico Beach.
Screened porch, fireplace.
Gulfaire Realty of
Bay Co., Inc.
Arbor Medical Group, Inc.
is pleased to announce the opening of medical
practice in Port St. Joe at
411 REID AVENUE
Appointments & Walk-Ins Welcome
Care for All Minor Illnesses and Injuries
Medicare Assignment Medicaid Champus
All Workers Comp. Accepted
Theresa Shaner, PA-C in
Dr. Jorge San Pedro
A New Concept In Health Care
TC 1/14-2-i.iS3 j
sell at the North Door of the Gulf County Court-
house in Port St. Joe. Gulf County. Florida. at
11:00 a.m., EST (10:00 o'clock a.m. CST), on the
18th day of February. 1993, the following de-
scribed real property lying and being in Gulf
County, Florida, to-wit:
Begin at the NE corner of the NW 1/4
of SE 1/4, Section 12, T4S. RIIW,
Gulf County. Florida. and run West
665 feet from point of beginning:
thence continue running West 133
feet: thence run South 1320 feet:
thence run East 133 feet: thence run
North 1320 feet to the point of begin-
ning. This the same property that Is
described In O.R. Book 86 of the Offi-
clal Records in the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit 'Court in and for Gulf
County, Florida. Containing 4.03
acres more or less.
THIS NOTICE dated this 19th day of Janu-
BENNY C. LISTER. CLERK
GULF COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT
By: /s/ Stacle M. Davis
Publish: January 28 and February 4:, 1993.
All Interested parties within Gulf County are
hereby advised that Gulf County Association for
Retarded Citizens. Inc. (GCARC) Is applying to the
Florida Department of Transportation for a capital
grant under Section 18 and/or Section 16 of the
Federal Transit Administration for the purchase of
two (2) wheelchair lift vans. office, safety and driv-
er equipment, at the estimated cost of $71,360.
Equipment will be used for the provision of public
transit services within Gulf County, Florida.
A public hearing has been scheduled at Gulf
County Association for Retarded Citizens, Inc.,
200 Peters Street, Port St. Joe, FL on February 1,
1993, at 2:00 p.m. for the purpose of advising all
Interested parties of service being contemplated If
grant funds are awarded, and to ensure that con-
templated services would not represent a duplica-
tion of current or proposed services provided by
existing transit or paratrarisit operators in the
The hearing will be conducted if and only If
a written request for the hearing is received by
February 9, 1993.
Requests for a hearing must be addressed to
Gulf county Association for Retarded Citizens,
Inc.. P.O. Box 296, Port St. Joe, FL 32456 and a
copy sent to Mr. Bobby Grice, U.S. 90 East Chl-
pley. Florida 32424-9990.
Publish: January 28, 1993.
THE STAR. PO DRT ST. JOE. FL THURSDAY. JAN. 28.1993~
DAGE 7. -
HANNON REALTY, Inc.
221 Reid Ave. Port St. Joe, FL
FRANK HANNON, Broker
State Certified Residential Appraiser #0001273
Mortgage Rates Are Low, Now Is The Time To Buy!
Frances Chason 229-8747
Charles Shoaf 227-7429 Doris Strickland 229-C088
2005 Palm Blvd.: 3 b n bath brick veneer home with central h'a, garage,
outside storage, c Wrince on 91' x 170' lot. Great location! $58,500.
1312 Marvin Avenue: Well kept 3 BR, 2 bath masonry home. Central h/a, applianc-
es, outside storage and shallow well. Back yard overlooks golf course. $65,000.
Oak Grove: 2 BR, 1 bath frame home on 60'x 125' lot. Chain link fence: $21,000.
PORT ST. JOE
201 Woodward Ave.: 3 BR, 1 bath home located on lot zoned commercial with 95'
on Woodward and 287 on First Street. $25,000.
121 Hunter Circle: 3 bedroom, 1 bath masonry & brick home, central h/a & outside
1616 Long Ave.: 2 story duplex, newly redecorated, good rental record. $49,000.00.
517 4th St.: Charming older 4 bedroom, 2 bath home in great condition, new roof,
517 1/2 4th St.: Apartment building with two furnished apartments, each two bed-
room, 1 bath. A Great Investment! Rent from apartments could make your mort-
gage payments. Good rental record. BOTH FOR ONLY $60,000.00. Reduced
CAPE SAN BLAS
Gulf front Beach Cottage: Completely furnished 2 BR, 2 BA, kitchen with eating
area, living room, ready to move in! Asking $122,900.00.
Between 3rd and 4th Street, Hwy. 98, Mexico Beach: 3 BR, 2 ba home with large
glassed in front porch. Completely furnished. $125,000.00.
3rd Ave., Beacon Hill: Two bedroom, 1 bath home, 3 blocks from the Beach, ideal
for young couple or retired couple, 1 1/2 lots, fenced in yard with fruit trees,
quiet neighborhood. $45,000.00.
Hwy. 71: Nice 3 bedroom, 1 bath frame home with large kitchen, living room-dining
room combo, and screened back porch. $32,500.
LOTS & LAND
8th St.: 2 nice lots 50' x 170' each, located in good residential area. $22,000.
Priced to Sell: 2 lots cleared and ready to build on. 177 frontage. $8,600 for both.
100 x 200 town lot, choice location.
Overstreet: 13 acres near bridge and canal with many nice oaks and fronts on
8th St.: 1 1/2 nice lots, 75'xl 70', only $12,000.00.
1908 & 1910 Long Ave.: 2 nice high lots, 0x140 and 68x172.
Cape San Bias: 270 ft. prime Gulf frontage 600 ft. deep. Will sell or all part.
Mexico Beach, 43rd St.: Nice canal lot w/city dock across street, 71'x90'. $39,000.
Chipola Cut Off PRICED FOR QUICK SALE 3 lots ONLY $8,000.00.
St. Joseph Shores: Owner will listen to offers or) this 3 acres with 231 ft. of highway
Howard Creek: 60 x 130 lot. Only $1,800.00
UNTILFURTHER NOTICE :
certification, training and
for adults and out-of-school
youth will be available at the
JTPA/Job Service office at 206
Monument Avenue on Mondays
from 8:00 a.m. 4:30 p.m. and
o...n Wednesdays and EFridays,- -t
from 8:00' a.m. 12:00 noon.
You may also leave a message
on the answering machine if
alternative arrangements need
to be made.
A full time JTPA employee will
be in Gulf County to assist you.
We look forward to serving you.
FRESH PREMIUM GRADE
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TABLERITE QUALITY SEMI-BONELESS FAMILY PAK '
RIBEYE STEAK ................... LU.
TABLERITE QUALITY CUBED FAMILY PAK $
PORK CUTLETS .......*b.***. Ub.
TABLERITE QUALITY FAMILY PAK
BEEF SPARE RIBS ................... 'b.
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TABLERITE QUALITY SMOKED
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GROUND TURKEY .................... 791
FRESH OR FROZEN BREADED
Fish Sticks or Portions ........ uL.
CORN DOGS ................
IGA 12 OZ. CAN
NATURE'S BEST 16 OZ.
KRAFT 7.25 OZ. 59
MAC. & CHEESE DINNER ... 0.
CHUNK, SLICED OR CRUSHED 20 ooz. 5
Liberty Gold Plneapple ....... 9
NATURE'S BEST 11 OZ.
TOASTER TARTS ................
4IUNT'S 24 OZ.
CHAMP 40 LB. BAG 5 $
CHUNK DOG FOOD ....... .y9
CHATHAM 3.5 LB. BAG A
DRY CAT FOOD .............
O'BOISES SNACKS ............. 991
FRITO-LAY LAY-S 9 9
POTATO CHIPS .................. 99
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Puffs or Ai
>.ELMONTE 46 OZ. $l 29
PINEAPPLE JUICE .......
" HOMEBEST 4 ROLL PACKAGE 59
BATH TISSUE .....................
CHAMP BITE SIZE 20 LB. BAG
CHUNK DOG FOOD ....... $ .2 99
REGULAR DIET R.C.
R.C. Cola i
MRS. PAUL'S MINCED 6.75 OZ. WhiI Supply LastU Y, (,. ,
S........ ....w i..... .. .... .* .Is BUY 1, GET
FISH STICKS FREE
ORE IDA 32 oz. NATURE'S BEST REGULAR 2 PACK
Crinkle Cut $ 49 PIE (
FRIES ......,.. SHELLS M....
Cream Cheese 0
oz. MERICO TEXAS STYLE 12 OZ. 2/
tter Biscuits ..99
,, KRAFT Quater. 2/99
. S ^ ^r ;Parkajy Quarters 2/99
Tangerines .............. doz.
Apples ................ 3 lb. bag
Grapefruit .......... 5 Ib. bag
Oranges .............. 5 ib. bag
Potatoes ........... 5 Ib. bag
RED PONTIAC SEED LB.
10 lb. bag
50 lb. bag
I FROEN ODS'
SDavid Rih'S IGA
S WEWAHITCHKA and PORT ST. JOE
Open 7 days a week
for your shopping convenience.
Prices Good Jan. 27-Feb. 2, 1993
RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES PURCHASED
IS RESERVED BY STORE.